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A macrophage originates from what peripheral blood cell

Monocyte

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Rouleaux formation is commonly seen in what type of blood cell

RBC

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What cell in the bone marrow is the first recognizable state in the RBC line

Proerythroblast

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What cell has a pyknotic nucleus that will be expelled during further development

Normoblast

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What type of cell after leaving the hemopoietic organ of its origin, may continue further cell dev't

Lymphocytes

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During prenatal life, where are nucleated RBCs primarily formed

Yolk sac

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What is the most common WBC in the peripheral blood of humans

Neutrophils

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What is the smallest component of peripheral blood produced directly from megakaryocytes

Platelets

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What is the smallest WBC found in the peripheral blood

Lymphocytes

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What WBC in the peripheral blood contains bright red granules (Wright's stain)

Eosinophil

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What hematopoietic cell is polyploidy

Megakaryocyte

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A parasitic infection would be reflected in the elevation of what WBC

Eosinophil

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What cell can be described as a phagocyte in the peripheral blood typically having an indented nucleus & ropey chromatin

Monocyte

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What RBC has a highly condensed nucleus

Normoblast

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Granules of heparin and histamine are found in what WBC

Basophil

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What cells derives directly from the myeloblast

Promyelocyte

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During granulocyte differentiation, what cell is the last stage that can undergo mitosis

Myelocyte

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In the initial stage of inflammation, what blood cell, excluding RBCs predominate

Neutrophil

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What can become a macrophage

Monocyte

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What is the life expectancy of Neutrophil

8 hours

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What RBC contains polyribosomes as a network, but no nucleus

Reticulocyte

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A B lymphocyte gives rise to what tissue cell

Plasma cell

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What component contains both alpha and dense granules

Platelets

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What cell type lines the luminal surface of sinusoids in red bone marrow

Endothelium

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The most common band cell is a developmental stage of what blood cell

Neutrophil

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What RBC ejects its nucleus

Normoblast

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What blood cell is associated with the cell-mediated immune response

T-lymphocyte

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Promyelocyte differentiate into

Myelocyte

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What cell comprises about 3% of WBCs

Monocyte

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Platelets derive from what cell

Megakaryocyte

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What is the most common nucleated cell in the blood

Neutrophil

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What is the largest hemopoietic cell in the human blood marrow

Megakaryocyte

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Heparin sulfate is found in the granules of what cell

Basophils

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An inadequacy of what hemopoietic cell can lead to hemophilia

Megakaryocyte

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What agranulocyte is the least common in normal blood

Monocyte

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What is the most common blood cell observed in a 4mos fetus

Nucleated RBC

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From what cell is the plasma cell derived

B-lymphocyte

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What organ can release large numbers of erythrocytes in response to trauma

Spleen

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What cell secrete antibodies

Plasma cell

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An immature erythrocyte is called

Reticulocyte

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Basophils contain histamine and what other substance

Heparin

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What cell produces vasoactive substances that counter act basophil secretions

Eosinophils

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In mature blood cells, what large cells is not associated with a lobated nucleus

Monocyte

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What granulocyte is the nucleus commonly obscured by the granulocyte

Basophils

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What peripheral cell releases substances associated with hypersensitivity & anaphylaxis

Basophil

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What cell type in the blood vascular system produced substances that react against vasoactive agents observed during allergic reactions

Eosinophils

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What is the first of hemopoiesis in the embryo

Yolk sac

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What cells in the bone marrow releases cytokines (colony stimulating factors)

Reticular cells

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What substance regulates erythropiesis

Erythropoietin

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What cell arises from thymus, involved in cell mediated immune response & is involved in graft rejection

T-lymphocytes