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percentage of blood that is RBC

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measure of the amount of RBC

hematocrit

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this is used to study dry blood smears

light microscopy

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common stain for microscopy of blood

wrights

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RBC do not have a blank

nucleus

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RBC develops from blank

normoblast

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protein of RBCs

hemoglobin

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hemoglobin transports these

O2, CO2, NO

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RBCs are eosinophilic due to blank groups

NH2

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RBCs are flexible sacs of blank percent hemoglobin

33

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weak staining RBC is called blank and is due to blank

hypochromic, less Hb

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increased variation in RBC size

anisocytosis

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abnormal RBC shape

poikilocyte

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immature RBCs with enough residual RNA to cause them to stain less red than usual in Wrights stained blood smears...these are not present in normal blood

polychromatophilic red cell

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polychromatophilic red cell will be red with a hint of blank

blue

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polychromatophilic red cells are found in blank not blank unless something is wrong

marrow, circulating blood

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immature RBC with some residual RNA

reticulocyte

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reticulocytes are not recognized by blank stains

wright

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reticulocytes lose rna after blank before coming mature

24 hrs

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staining that is used to visualize reticulocyte rna with new methylene blue

supravital staining

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white blood cells, pus

leukocytes

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leukocytes originate in blank and stay in blood for blank until going to site of action

marrow, few hours

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leukocytes granulocytes

neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils

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leukocyte non granulocytes

monocytes, lymphocytes

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neutrophil has blank granules

azure

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a few neutrophils have this type of nucleus

band

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basophils have many basophilic blank

granules

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basophils are involved in blank which are involved in the inflammatory response

arachidonic acid

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acid phosphatase is found in blank which are found in blank

lysosomes, neutrophils

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basophils and blank cells share many functions

mast

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basophils summon blank

eosinophils

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nucleus of eosinophils is often blank

bilobed

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basophils release blank while eosinophils have blank

histamine, histaminase

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lymphocyte often blank and have a blank almost as big as cytoplasm

bends, nucleus

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two types of lymphocytes

T and B

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largest leukocyte

monocyte

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monocyte produces blank

cytokines

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fragments of megakaryocytes

platelets

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neutrophil is aka

microphage

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monocyte is aka

macrophage