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HintLeukocyte(WBC) Name
Appear bilobed with dark purple stains
Most rare of the leukocytes
Neutrophils, Eosinophils and Basophils are known as _______
Monocytes and Lymphocytes are known as ___________
Lymphocyte that is responsible for immune surveillance, which destroys abnormal cells.
Bilobed appearance with red granuoles
Also release chemicals to attract eosinophils and basophils
Primarily digest toxic compounds such as nitric oxide and cytotoxic enzymes
Lymphocyte that is responsible to humoral immunity, which produce antibodies as plasma cells.
Lymphocyte that is responsible for cell-mediated immunity, which is a defense against invading foreign cells and the coordination of immune response
Largest of the leukocytes with kidney bean shape nucleus
HintLeukocyte(WBC) Name
Release prostaglandins (cause inflamation) and leukotrienes (attract other WBC's to injury site)
Appears with large nucleus with small halo of cytoplasm surrounding
Considered a macrophage
Most abundant leukocyte type (70%)
Increase in number during parasitic or allergic reactions
Release chemicals to reduce spread of inflammation to other tissues during injury
Release chemicals to attract other WBC's and fibroblasts to produce scar tissue
Discharge histamine (pro-inflammatory) and heparin (prevents blood clotting)containing granules in damaged tissue.
Also called Polynuclear leukocytes because the shape of the nucleus represents 'beads on a string.'
Engulf bacteria at injury sites and within the body
Also can be called an Acidophil

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