A comprehensive web site on types of blood cells (erythrocyte, lymphocyte, platelet, neutriphil, eosenophil, macrophage,...
Giorgio Carboni; Daniela Tagliasacchi
Blood Cells (http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=86661)
a. Visit site above and read from Introduction to but not including (scroll down) Preparation of the Blood Smeat.
b. Create a table that includes a list of blood components, a colored drawing of each component, and a concise 5 word-or-less statement regarding the function(s) of each in the body.
Distinguish between the components of blood with respect to appearance and functions.
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