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another name for platelets

thrombocytes

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stopping the flow of blood (clotting)

hemostasis

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blood clotting involves the formation of a temporary blank

patch

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a scab pulls skin blank

together

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scab fibers are broken down by surrounding blank

skin tissue

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all blood cells are derived from a blank stem cell

pluripotent

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all cells except blank are derived from the resulting blank tissue

lymphocytes, myeloid tissue

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formation of blood cells

hemopoiesis

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in adults, all new blood cells are produced in the blank

bone marrow

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when you are in uterus, what makes new blood cells?

epithelial tissue

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When you are born, these make blood cells.

liver, spleen

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the formation of red blood cells

erythropoiesis

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red blood cells have no blank or blank

nucleus, mitochondria

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red blood cells last for about blank days

120

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we replace about blank percent of red blood cells per day

1

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there are blank red blood cells replaced per second

3 million

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the formation of white blood cells

leukopoiesis

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granulocytes complete their development in the blank

red marrow

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monocytes do not complete development until they blank

exit circulatory system

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lymphocytes mature in the blank

lymph nodes

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lymphocytes can last for blank

several years

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red blood cell blank has surface blank

plasmalemma, antigens

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red blood antigens are usually blank

glycoproteins

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antigens are blank determined

genetically

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blank blank and blank are used to determine blood type

A, B, Rh

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can receive any blood and produces neither antibody blood type

AB

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type blank can receive blood from A and O but produces B antibodies

A

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type blank can receive blood from B and O but produces A antibodies

B

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type blank can receive O blood because they produce A and B antibodies

O

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we produce blank for all the blank you don't have

antibodies, antigens

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the Rh is named after the blank

rhesus macaque

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if you have the Rh antigen you are blank

Rh+

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If you have no Rh antigen you are blank

Rh-

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Rh is sometimes called the blank antigen

D

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Rh- people will only produce antibodies when exposed to the Rh blank

antigen

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An Rh blank mother may reject a second Rh blank baby

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