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Anatomy And Physiology- Blood Quiz Ch.16

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This quiz is designed to show how much students of Anatomy and physology (part two) know about Chapter 16, the Blood.

  
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1.  This is a process which removes unneeded cloth when healing has occurred. Without this, blood vessels would gradually become completely blocked.
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2.  This blood disease where hemoglobin becomes spiky and sharp due to a change in just one of the 287 amino acids in a beta chain of a globin molecule.These wrongly shaped blood cells tend to rupture easily and dam up blood vessels, preventing accurate oxygen flow to the body.
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3.  All of the following are types of anemia accept:
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4.  This type of lymphocyte functions in the immune response by acting directly against virus-infected cells and tumor cells.
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5.  This type of lymphocyte gives rise to plasma cells, which produce antibodies that are released into the blood.
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6.  Macrophages are all of the following accept:
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7.  Leukopoeisis is which of the following?
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8.  Leukopenia is what?
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9.  Leukemias are:
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11.  This type of Leukemia is chronic and slow moving because it involves proliferation of later cell stages.
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12.  Meaning "leaping across," this term refers to the ability of WBCs to slip out of capillary blood vessels.
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13.  This is a bleeding disorder where the number of circulating platelets is deficient, causing spontaneous bloodinf from small blood vessels all over the body.
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14.  A universal donor is a person who theoretically:
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15.  This term refers to several different hereditary bleeding disorders that involve prolonged bleeding into tissues from even minor tissue trauma, which can be life threatening.
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16.  The percentage of a blood's individual formed elements in comparison to the blood as a whole is known as:
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17.  An embolism is which of the following:
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18.  A CBC, or complete blood count is:
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19.  This is composed largely of a soft network of reticular connective tissue bordering on wide blood capillaries. It produces different numbers of each blood type as needed in responce to body needs and regulatory factors.
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20.  This is a drug that inhibits thromboxane A2 formation. Studies show that, over several years, men taking low doses of this showed a 50% reduction in incidences of heart attack.
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21.  This is a straw colored, stickey fluid 90% composed of water, found in blood.
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22.  This is the protein that makes RBCs red. It binds easily with oxygen molecules and most oxygen being transported in the blood is bound to this.
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23.  The process of RBC production is called:
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24.  This type of agranulocyte contains a "U" shaped nucleus. They differentiate into macrophages which protect against viruses, certain intracellular bacterial parasites, and chronic infections.
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25.  Which of the following is/are NOT a type(s) of granulocyte? (may choose more than one answer)
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