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The scientific name for 'white blood cells'
Leucocyte
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The scientific name for 'red blood cells'
Erythrocyte
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The red pigment found in red blood cells
Haemoglobin
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The shape of a red blood cell
Biconcave
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The gas carried by red blood cells
Oxygen
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Type of white blood cell that had a bean-shaped nucleus
Monocyte
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Type of white blood cell that has small granules within the nucleus
Neutrophils
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The type of cell fragment involved in blood clotting
Platelets
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Type of white blood cell with a very large nucleus
Lymphocyte
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The type of lymphocyte cell that produces antibodies
B lymphocyte
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The type of lymphocyte that is involved in the destruction of infected cells
T lymphocyte
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The type leucocyte involved in phagocytosis
Neutrophils
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Monocytes becomes _____ after 3 days in the circulatory system
Macrophages
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A piece of equipment used to prepare the vein before inserting the needle when taking blood
Torniquet
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Vessel where blood is taken from
Vein
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Used to preserve the cells on a microscope slide when making a blood smear
Alcohol
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The type of stain added to blood when making a stain
Differential
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One type of anaemia able to be identified with a blood stain
Sickle cell
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The scientific name for 'red blood cells'

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Erythrocyte

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The red pigment found in red blood cells

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The shape of a red blood cell

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The gas carried by red blood cells

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