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Physiology and function of the blood cells

by Paul Moss, PhD
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    The lecture Physiology and function of the blood cells by Paul Moss, PhD is from the course Hematology: Basics. It contains the following chapters:

    • Erythrocytes
    • Haemoglobin
    • Function of the Cells

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    1. They are useful in determining the relative activity of erythropoiesis in the marrow.
    2. They contain a nucleus that is lost soon after release into blood.
    3. Increased presence of reticulocytes indicates anaemia.
    4. They are detected by red stain on supravital staining.
    5. They exist for around 10 days before maturing to erythrocytes.
    1. It holds on to oxygen very tightly compared to myoglobin.
    2. It consists of 2 alpha and 2 beta chains.
    3. Iron is a major constituent of haem.
    4. It is not the major form of haemoglobin present at birth
    5. Each globin chain carries a molecule of haem
    1. Monocyte
    2. T lymphocyte
    3. Eosinophil
    4. B lymphocyte
    5. Platelet

    Author of lecture Physiology and function of the blood cells

     Paul Moss, PhD

    Paul Moss, PhD


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