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What are the components fo the heatopoietic system?
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Blood Bone marrow (where blood is made) Lyphoid tissues,such as lymph nodes, thymus, spleen( where many of cells mature)
Erthrocytes
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Red blood cells
Thrombocytes
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Platelets
Leukocytes
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White Blood Cells
Liquid part of the blood.
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Plasma
What is the function of plasma?
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transports cells, gases, nutrients, waste products, hormones and other chemical messengers, electrolytes, plasma proteins, etc.
What are the components of blood?
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RBC WBC Platelets Plasma
Where are blood cells made?
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bone marrow
What is hematopoiesis?
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the production and development of blood cells.
Do blood cells divide?
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No, blood cells do not themsevlves divede, but are renewed from pluripotent stem cells in bone marrow, which go through several levels of differentiation before giving rise to mature blood cells.
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What regulates hemaopoiesis?
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Growth factors produced by many blood cells and capillary endothelium.
Where is erythropoietin produced?
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Kidney
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What is a B lymphocyte?
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It becomes an antibody producing plasma cell, results in humoral immunity.
What are the two types of leukemia and which is faster/more rapid?
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Lymphocytic Myelocytic Myelocytic is faster growing
The primary source of erythropoietin is?
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Kidneys
Which of the following conditions is associated with elevated reticulocyte count? a. renal failure b. aplastic anemia c. bone marrow suppression d. polycythemia
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d. polycythemia
Which of the follwoing is not necessary for RBC production? a. Vitamin K b. Iron c. Folate d. Vitamin B12
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a. Vitamin K
A low MCHC and low MCV are characteristic of which type of anemia?
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Iron deficient anemia
What is the final step in clot formation?
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fibrinogen is converted to Fibrin
  
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