Exercise 29A & 29B Blood

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Agglutinin

causes particle to coagulate. Can be antibodies that cause anitgens to aggregate

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Agglutinogens

antigens that stimulate the production of an agglutinin

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agranulocyte

white blood cells with one-lobed nucleus

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Anemia

decreased amount of Red blood cells or hemoglobin in blood

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Antibodies

markers of antigens

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antigens

foreign substance that trigger an immune response

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Atherosclerosis

disease of the arteries- plaque of the fatty material on the artery walls

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Coagulations

thinking of blood

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Erythroblastosis

abnormal amount of erythroblasts in blood

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Erythrocytes

Red blood cells that is typically a biconcave disc without a nucleus

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Granulocyte

white blood cells with secretory granules in its cytoplasm

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Leukocytes

cell that counteracts a foreign substance

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Leukocytosis

increase in # of white blood cells in blood

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Leukopenia

decrease in white blood cells in blood

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Packed cell volume PCV

% value, the height of the packed red blood called in the relation to the heights of the blood column in the glass tube

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Polycynthemia

abnormally high concentration of hemoglobin in blood