SU BIO1014 W2 Labeling Exercise: Blood

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Week-2 Labeling Exercise-5; Blood:

1) Identify the specific Formed element labeled “A” ________________________.
LYMPHOCYTE
PLATELETS
2) Identify the formed element labeled “B” _______________________________.

3) Identify the Formed element labeled “C” _______________________________.
RED BLOOD CELLS
NEUTROPHILIS
4) Identify the specific Formed element labeled “D” ________________________.

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