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Pulp in the spleen that consists of sheath of dense T-lymphocytes surrounding a central artery (PALS).
Spleen filters this type of pathogen.
Has specific clear granules in the cytoplasm and multilobed nucleus. 60-70% of WBC.
CFU-GEMM gives rise to Granulocytes, Erythrocytes, Monocytes, and _________
T cell rich area in the spleen
Stage before Promonocyte.
Specific granules can be resolved at this stage of Granulocytopoiesis.
Stage before promyelocyte in Granulocytopoiesis.
Subcapsular sinus, trabecular sinus, and medullary sinus are found in the medulla of this secondary lymphatic organ.
Granulocyte that has a bilobed nucleus and pink-orange staining granules. 1-5% of total WBC in the blood.
Stage before Basophilic Erythroblast.
Signature feature of the medulla of the Thymus.
Lymph enters the lymph node through the _________ lymphatic vessels.
Agranulocyte that has a kidney shaped nucleus and is the largest type of leukocyte. 2-10% of WBC.
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CFU-G gives rise to ___________
Primary lymphatic organs bone marrow and ________
Stage after Orthochromatophilic erythroblast
Bone marrow that is not active in hemopoiesis has an abundance of these cells
Capsule surrounding the lymph node and thymus are made of ___________collagenous connective tissue.
Pulp in the spleen that consists of sinuses surrounded by cords of lymphocytes (cords of Billroth)
Regulated by IL-3, IL-9, steel factor and erythropoietin.
T cells mature in the __________ of the thymus.
T cell rich area in the Lymph node
Granulocyte that has dark staining granules. Granules contain heparin, histamine, and hemotactic factors similar to mast granules. 0.5-1% of WBC in the blood.
Secondary lymphatic organ that does not have a cortex and medulla
Central artery in the white pulp branch into _________ arteries that enter the red pulp.
Common precursor for all types of blood cells and is identified by CD34 on its surface.

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