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3 Granular Leukocytes
Neutrophils, Eosinophils, Basophils
Platelets
thrombocytes
2 kinds of connective tissue that make blood cells
Myeloid and lymphatic tissue
RBC primary function
Transport Carbon Dioxide
Anemia
Disease caused by an inability of blood to carry Oxygen
Clot that stays where its formed
Thrombus
Clot that is dislodged and floating in body
Embolus
Substance that can activate Immune system
Antigen
Substance made by body in response to antigen
antibody
Universal donor
O
Universal recipient
AB
Normal RBC
4.5million-6million
Normal WBC
5000-10,000
Normal platelets
150,000-300,000
Under 4.5 million RBC
Anemia
Over 6 million RBC
Polycythemia
RBC deficiency due to a lack of B12
Pernicious anemia
2 nongranular leukocytes
lymphocytes and monocytes
Primary transportation fluid in body
Blood
Liquid part of blood
Plasma
Red Blood Cells
Erythrocytes
White Blood Cells
Leukocytes