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Human Anatomy & Physiology: All About Blood 5

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Human Anatomy & Physiology: All About Blood 5
I created these quizzes to help me study for my A&P exams. This quiz is about blood typing.

  
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1.  _______ are proteins that are found on the surfaces of the red blood cell membranes and are present at birth as a result of inheritance.
2.  _______ are dissolved in the plasma and begin to appear spontaneously, for unknown reasons at about ___ months after birth.
3.  ___________ involves identifying the antigens that are present on a person's red blood cells.
4.  ________ refers to the clumping of red blood cells in response to a reaction between an antigen and an antibody.
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5.  Today, it is known that the blood of the donor must be carefully matched with the blood of the recipient. If the blood is not compatible a _____________ will occur. This is a serious reaction in which the antibodies in the recipient's blood attack the foreign red blood cells in the blood transfusion causing them to agglutinate.
6.  Blood type A has ___ antigens on the red blood cells and _____ in the plasma
7.  Blood type B has _____ antigens on red blood cells and _____ antibodies in the plasma.
8.  Type AB blood has ________ antigens on red blood cells and _____ antibodies in the plasma.
9.  Type O blood has ______ antigens on red blood cells and _________ antibodies in the plasma.
10.  Human cells have _____ chromosomes in their nuclei. These are in pairs and one of the chromosomes in each pair is inherited from each parent.
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11.  Genes for ABO blood groups are located on chromosome ____.
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12.  _______ refers to the genetic makeup.
13.  ________ refers to the physical or observable trait.
14.  What is the blood type that is considered the universal recipient because it does not contain either anti-A or anti-B antibodies to react with a donor's blood?
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15.  Which blood type is considered the universal donor because it contains neither A or B antigens on red blood cells so it won't react with possible antibodies that might be present in the recipient's blood?
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16.  The Rh blood group includes several Rh antigens and antigen ____ is the most important one.
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17.  Rh antigens are an inherited trait and this genetic information is located on chromosome _____.
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