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A solution with the same osmotic pressure as the solution with which it is compared, ususally the internal environment
isontonic
Condition in which a solution contains a lesser osmotic pressure than the solution to which it is compared usually the internal envirnoment
hypotonic
Condition in which a solution contains a greater osmotic pressure than the solution to which it is compared usually the internal envirnoment
hypertonic
red blood cellc
erythrocytes
cytoplasmic fragments formed in the bone marrow that helps blood clot
platelets
White blood cells
Leukocytes
nongranular leukocytes
Argranulocytes
a type of white blood cell that provides immunity: B-cel or T-cell
Slightly bigger and solid
Lymphocytes
A type of white bllod cell that is a phagocyte
Light purple
Monocytes
Aleukocytes that contains granules in its cytoplasm
Granulocytes
a type of phagocytic leukocyte
Neutrophils
white blood cell contaiing cytoplasmic granules that stain with acidic dye
Eosinophils
White blood cells containing cytoplasmic granules that tain with basophilic dye
Basophils
period betwwen two cell divisions when a cell iscarrying on as normal function and prepares for division
interphase
division of a somatic cell to form two genetically identical cells
mitosis