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pluripotent stem cells give rise to?
lymphoid stem cells
Myeloid stem cells
Myeloid stem cells give rise to?
Monocytes
Granulocytes
Megakaryocytes
Erythrocytes
Lymphoid stem cells give rise to?
T cells
B cells
The formed elements
RBC
WBC
Platelets
what regulates blood cell production
cytokines and growth factors
composition of blood
plasma
plasma proteins
formed elements
hormones, enzymes, electrolytes and cellular waste
what is the erythrocyte sed rate used for
to detect inflammation
where do blood cells originate from
pluripotent stem cells in the bone marrow
leukocyte function
immunity and inflammation
RBC function
oxygen and CO2 transport
plasma components
water
proteins(albumin,globulins,fibrinogens)
Other(hormones,enzymes,carbs,fats,amino acids,gases,electrolytes,waste)
platelets come from
megakaryocytes
precursor of erythrocytes
reticulocytes
precursor to plasma cell
B cell
a hematologic disorder characterized by a decrease in the formed elements of blood
Aplastic anemia
produces clotting and anti-clotting factors
liver