The Blood (part 2) - Review For Quiz #6 On Thurs. 8/19/10

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1.  Of the leukocytes, the 3 types of granulocytes are...
2.  The substances released from damaged tissue cells stimulates the formation of _____________  ______________.
3.  These leukocytes serve as weak phagocytes and protect against infection caused by certain parasites and parasitic worms.
4.  Of the leukocytes, the 2 types of agranulocytes are...
5.  _____________ are essential to blood coagulation.
6.  White blood cells are characterized by the presence or absence of ___________ in the cytoplasm when the cells are stained.
7.  _______________ is the process that prevents blood loss from the circulation when a blood vessel is ruptured by an injury.
8.  Name the Leukocyte:These are the largest of the leukocytes and are aggressive phagocytes.
9.  This type of leukocyte shows lavender granules when stained.
10.  Name the Leukocyte:The 2nd most common of the white blood cells.
11.  Name the Leukocyte:Secretes the chemical histamine, which is released during inflammatory reactions.
12.  In the clotting process, _________ forms a network of threads that entrap plasma and blood cells to form a clot.
13.  What are the two classifications for leukocytes based on the presence or absence of granules?
14.  At the site of injury, platelets become sticky and accumulate near the opening in the broken blood vessel forming a __________  ___________.
15.  Step 2 in Hemostasis:
16.  The fluid that remains after blood clotting has occurred is called __________.
17.  These white blood cells protect the body from invading microorganisms through the process of phagocytosis.
18.  Another name for white blood cells is ______________.
19.  Step 3 in Hemostasis:
20.  In this step of blood clotting, calcium must be present in the blood for prothrombin activators to convert prothrombin to _____________.
21.  These leukocytes show bead-like bright pink granules when stained.
22.  In the last step of blood clotting, thrombin reacts with fibrinogen to change it to a fibrous gel called _________.
23.  _____________ are the most numerous of the WBC's.
24.  ____________ are the smallest of the formed elements.  They are not cells but rather fragments of cells.
25.  Name the Leukocyte:They have large dark blue granules that often obscure the nucleus.
26.  Another name for platelets is...
27.  The WBC's that are involved in the process of phagocytosis are referred to as what type of cells?
28.  Lymphocytes are formed in the __________  __________, unlike the rest of the formed elements of blood.
29.  All of the formed elements of the blood are produced in the _____  ______ from stem cells with the exception of _____________ (type of WBC).
30.  Step 1 in Hemostasis:
31.  Which 2 WBC's take microorganisms into their own cell bodies and digest them in a process called phagocytosis?
32.  Name the Leukocyte:They produce heparin, a powerful anticoagulant that helps prevent blood clots.
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