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Things to know for Chapter 10 Exam. What kind of tissue is blood? What are the names of the 3 types of blood cells? What is a normal blood volume and hematocrit? Describe the shape, function and life span of a Red Blood Cell.

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Things to know for chapter 10 exam
Things to know for Chapter 10 Exam

  • What kind of tissue is blood?

  • What are the names of the 3 types of blood cells?

  • What is a normal blood volume and hematocrit?

  • Describe the shape, function and life span of a Red Blood Cell.

  • What is the normal RBC count for a male? Female? Too many? Too few?

  • What is the site and what provides the stimulus for RBC formation?


  • What are the names and functions of the 5 types of white blood cells? Which are Granulocytes? Agranulocytes? Most abundant? Phagocytic?

  • What is a normal WBC count? Too many? Too few?

  • What is a normal platelet count? What is the function of platelets?

  • What is the makeup of Blood Plasma?

  • What are 3 common Plasma Proteins, their abundance and function?

  • What other substances are found dissolved in blood plasma?


  • ***What sequence of events occur in the formation of a blood clot? (Coagulation)

  • What other ways is blood flow reduced?

  • What is an embolus? A thrombus?

  • What agglutinogens are found on the RBC of each blood type? What agglutinins are found in the plasma of each blood type?

  • What agglutinogens and agglutinins are present in Rh pos. and Rh neg. blood?

  • Between which blood types do allowable transfusions occur?

  • Which blood type is the universal donor? Universal recipient?

  • What conditions lead to the occurrence of Erythroblastosis Fetalis?


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