Neutrophil, Eosinophil, Basophil
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Toggle ItemNeutrophil 20XA: Neutrophil, heterophil, and polymorphonuclear leukocytes have multiple lobes in the nucleus, and small granules
Toggle ItemNeutrophil 40XA: Neutrophil also known as polymorphonuclear cells or heterophils have many lobules in the nucleus and have small granules within the cytoplasm.
B: Red blood cells are also known histologically as erythrocyte
Toggle ItemNeutrophil 40X-2A: Neutrophil with multiple lobes
B: Platelet or thrombocyte
Toggle ItemNeutrophil 100X- 40-75% of white blood cells (WBCs)
- 1 Week in circulation and 1-4 days in tissue
- Active in acute inflammatory response. Phagocyte.
Toggle ItemEosinophil 40XA: Eosinophil has large acidophilic staining granules. When compared to the neutrophil the granules in the acidophil are large
Toggle ItemEosinophil 100X- 1-6% of white blood cells (WBC)
- 2 week life span in circulation
- Responsible in parasitic invasion
Toggle ItemBasophil 40XA: Basophil has large basic staining granules that are purple and obscure the nucleus and the cytoplasm.
Toggle ItemBasophil 100X- less than 1% of WBCs
- 1-2 year lifespan in circulation
- Active in allergic reactions
- Secrete histamine and heparin