blood cell

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blood cell

[′bləd ‚sel]
(histology)
An erythrocyte or a leukocyte.
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He used saffron as a means to render tissues such as muscle more easily visible, and he also described blood corpuscles and capillaries.
The effects of supplemental fermented agro by-products diet on the blood corpuscle and plasma chemical composition in fattening pigs (1) Items Treatments (2) C T1 Blood corpuscle Leukocytes ([10.
0 to prevent coagulation, and genomic DNA was extracted from white blood corpuscles.
Hemoconcentration was seen as raised hemoglobin or red blood corpuscles count.
Sera Preparation: The blood samples (3 to 5 ml) collected from the jugular vein of each goat in vacuum tubes without the addition of anticoagulants were allowed for about one hour to coagulate and subsequently centrifuged at 3000 RPM for 10-15 minute for separation of serum from blood corpuscles.
It is seen that the blood of Holstein animals is well saturated with blood corpuscles, providing normal metabolism in their organisms.
Pharmacologically, these include erythrocyte aggregation, platelet functions, plasma viscosity and the interactions between endothelial cells and blood corpuscles.
Substitution effect of a total mixed ration by medicinal plant by-products on blood corpuscles and plasma chemical composition in the late fattening period of Hanwoo steers Treatment (1) Item Control Treatment 1 No.
By contrast, the immature eggs sold by the sturgeon slaughterers are covered with blood corpuscles and follicle cells.
The blood corpuscles of the crustacea, together with a suggestion as to the origin of the crustacean fibrin-ferment.
A large number of blood corpuscles may be seen flowing through the internal structures of the water-flea.
It has also been proposed that acute pancreatitis may occur due to multiorgan failure or capillary thrombosis caused by parasitized red blood corpuscles (11, 12).