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HAP Cardiovascular System Review

Quiz by Amanda Minter

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  • Q1
    A circulating connective tissue made of plasma, blood cells, platelets, nutrients, and gases.
    Blood
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  • Q2
    Liquid "fluid" part of blood that makes up ~ 55% of blood volume. Usually a yellowish color.
    Plasma
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  • Q3
    Red blood cells or RBC's that make up ~ 45% of blood volume. Round shaped with concave centers.
    Erythrocytes
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  • Q4
    White blood cells or WBC's that make up ~ 1% of blood volume. Several different kinds of leukocytes.
    Leukocytes
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  • Q5
    AKA platelets - responsible for clotting the blood. Much smaller than blood cells.
    Thromobocytes
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  • Q6
    leukocytes (White Blood Cells) that have lots of grains in their cytoplasm. These include: Neutrophils, Eosinophils, and Basophils.
    Granulocytes
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  • Q7
    A group of leukocytes without granules in their cytoplasm. these include: lymphocytes, monocytes.
    Agranulocytes
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  • Q8
    A multi lobed nuclei white blood cell that arrives first, and attacks bacteria and viruses. Makes up 55-70% of white blood cells.
    Neutrophils
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  • Q9
    A bi-lobed nuclei white blood cell that attacks parasitic worms. Makes up 1-3% of white blood cells.
    Eosinophils
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  • Q10
    A speckled, scattered nuclei white blood cell that releases histamine, and is involved with allergic responses. Makes up 0-1% of white blood cells.
    Basophils
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  • Q11
    A BIG bi-lobed nuclei white blood cell that engulfs large objects such as cancer cells. Also called Macrophages. Makes up 2-8% of white blood cells.
    Monocytes
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  • Q12
    A one big nucleus white blood cell that make antibodies to fight off infections. can be either B or T cells. Makes up 20-30% of white blood cells.
    Lymphocyte
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  • Q13
    Erythrocyte (RBC) that has A surface Antigens (Markers), and B antibodies.
    Type A blood
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  • Q14
    Erythrocyte (RBC) that has B surface Antigens (Markers), and A antibodies.
    Type B blood
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  • Q15
    Erythrocyte (RBC) that has both A & B surface Antigens (Markers), and no A or B antibodies.
    Type AB blood
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  • Q16
    Erythrocyte (RBC) that has no surface Antigens (Markers), and both A & B antibodies.
    Type O blood
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  • Q17
    Refers to the presence (Rh positive) or absence (Rh negative) of the Rh antigen on red blood cells.
    Rh Factor
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  • Q18
    The clotting process that occurs in blood to repair a damaged blood vessel.
    Hemostasis
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  • Q19
    Stationary blood clot that plugs a blood vessel
    Thrombus
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  • Q20
    A clot that breaks lose and travels through the bloodstream.
    Embolus
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