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Clumping of particles in a blood sample

Agglutination

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Red blood cells, carry oxygen around the body on hemoglobin

Erythrocyte

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White blood cells, play a role in the immune system

Leukocyte

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Cells containing cytoplasmic granules that are visible when strained

Granulocyte

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Make up 60-70% of total leukocytes in the blood, active in ingesting and destroying bactera

Neutrophil

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Play a role in the immune response to infection with parasitic worms and the allergic response

Eosinophil

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Primariy involved in the allergic response have bilobed nuclei

Basophil

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Exit the blood to mature into macrophages; largest number of the leukocytes

Monocyte

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Small cellular fragments, lack most organelles, involved in blood clotting

Platelets

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Specific glycoproteins present in the blood

Antigen

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Proteins produced by B lymphocytes

Antibody

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Someone with O- blood, can donate to anyone

Universal donor

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Someone with AB+ blood, can receive any blood type

Universal recepient

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Spherical nuclei that is part of the immune response

Lymphocyte

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The infusion of a recepient with a donor's blood cells

Blood Transfusion

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The agglutinated erythrocytes destroyed by the immune system; a type of transfusion reaction

Hemolysis

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Immunity we're born with; does not require exposure to a stimulus

Innate Immunity

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Swollen and sensitive to pain

Inflammation

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Raised body temperature

Fever

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Immunity that develops after exposure to a foreign agent

Adaptive Immunity

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A response brought by B lymphocytes and proteins they produce

Humoral immunity

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Immunity mediated by cells

Cell-mediated immunity

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When air is brought into the lungs

Inspiration

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When is air is expelled from the lungs

Expiration

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As the lungs volume increases, the pressure within the alveoli decreases

Intrapulmonary pressure

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The pressure of the air outside the body

Atmospheric pressure

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The amount of air exchanged with each normal breath

Tidal volume

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The air that may be inspired after a total inspiration

Inspiratory reserve volume

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The air that may be expired after a total expiration

Expiratory reserve volume

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The sum of the tidal volume and the inspiratory reserve volume; amount of air a person maximally inspires after a tidal expiration

Inspiratory capacity