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xi BIOL 325 PHYSIOLOGY LAB HOMEWORK HOMEWORK #3. Blood, Hemostasis, and immunity Mode lire do Name Group Number Lab Section Number L.) Fill in the blanks with Erythrocytes, Thrombocytes, Granulocytes, AGranulocytes. (5 pts) Use caution; some of the descriptions may use only one granulocyte or agranulocyte. T.G.AGPerform important work outside of the circulatory system.(EXAMPLE Directly involved with adaptive immunity Production is controlled by blood oxygen levels. Involved with phagocytosis. AlContain significant numbers of large secretory vesicles TaAG Do NOT contain nuclei. E Ta AG Make and secrete antibodies. Leukemia leads to lower production of these formed elements. Found in the buffy coat of centrifuged blood. AInvolved with innate immunity. E 1 A Aplastic anemia affects these formed elements. Hemostasis (fill in the blank). (6 pts) (Continued on next page.) _Acer, n 2. This pharmaceutical (generic name) inhibits platelet plug formation. Fackor XIlW Clotting factor necessary for promoting fibrin crossinking./ a.Anti twon hese two native molecules inhibit thrombin and prevent coagulation down- stream of injury b. Hepaxin inthnna The inactive form of thrombin: Thromzin Enzyme that activates fibrinogen to fibrin: a. These two native molecules, released by the endothelium, prevent platelet plug formation... b. _ .downstream of injury Lasmincgan Protein that breaks up fibrin clots after healing has started. actorXFirst clotting factor that is activated by both intrinsic and extrinsic pathways This pharmaceutical (generic name) inhibits thrombin. Growth factor that stimulates proliferation of new endothelial cells. Extracellular matrix protein that activates platelet plug.

ed c a Com 0z (300 sxi Laboratory tonoedMOH BAJ YOO a. With platelet activating factor these three chemicals promote platelet plug formation. b. 3. Innate Immunity Adaptive Immunity. (4 pts) 3 plasma B Celse rouoria srilo IgA Neutrophils Macrophages Skin Cytotoxic T cells Oxidative burst (H2O2) Eosinophils Mucus Dermicidin

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