Blood cells

When separating plasma what must the test tube include?
anticoagulant or blood clots form during centrifugation. the result is plasma, white blood cells and platelets, and red blood cells in layers.
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What are coagulant proteins in the blood
fibrinogen.
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what is the normal red blood cell conc in blood?
3.9-5.5mil/microL female 4.1-6 in males
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which bone marrow creates RBC after birth
sternum, pelvis, vertebra, ribs, upper arm and thigh bone.
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What are the stages of RBC formation?
1.large proerythroblast ->normoblast stages gains haemoglobin->expelled nucleus
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What are the stages of recycling RBC?
1.Haem stripped 2. converted to biliberdin then bilirubin and delivered to the liver 3. excreted as bile. iron bound to transferrin back to bone marrow.
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What is a neutrophil?
multiple nucleus' attached. first to response to infection. cytoplasmic granules are neutral.
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what is a eosinophil?
pink granules, two nucleus. numbers increase in parasitic infestations and asthma.
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what are basophils?
can't see nucleus due to granules, but bilobed. may play a role in allergic responses.
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monocytes.
large, strange shaped nucleus.
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lymphocytes
nuclei is oval with dense chromatin.
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