Cell & Tissue Biology

Laboratory Exercise 7: Hematopoiesis Block Two, 2009

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

neutrophilic myelocyte
Myelocytes are large cells with specific granules present; the nucleus is not indented. Neutrophils have a very light staining cytoplam.

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

neutrophilic myelocyte
Myelocytes are large cells with specific granules present; the nucleus is not indented. Neutrophils have a very light staining cytoplam.

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

neutrophilic metamyelocyte
Neutrophils have a very light staining cytoplam. Metamyelocytes are large cells with specific granules present; the nucleus is indented, but not “U” or horseshoe-shaped.

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

neutrophilic metamyelocyte
Neutrophils have a very light staining cytoplam. Metamyelocytes are large cells with specific granules present; the nucleus is indented, but not “U” or horseshoe-shaped.

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

neutrophilic stab cell
Neutrophils have a very light staining cytoplam. Stab cells are slightly smaller cells with specific granules present; the nucleus is extremely indented; it should take on a “U” shaped appearance.

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

neutrophilic stab cell
Neutrophils have a very light staining cytoplam. Stab cells are slightly smaller cells with specific granules present; the nucleus is extremely indented; it should take on a “U” shaped appearance.

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

neutrophil
Neutrophils have a very light staining cytoplam, as their granules do not pick up either acidic or basic dyes. The nuclei of mature neutrophils have several lobes connected by thin strands.

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

neutrophil
Neutrophils have a very light staining cytoplam, as their granules do not pick up either acidic or basic dyes. The nuclei of mature neutrophils have several lobes connected by thin strands.

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

eosinophilic myelocyte
Eosinophils have a very dark staining cytoplam, as their granules are eosinophilc. Myelocytes are large cells with specific granules present; the nucleus is not indented.

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

eosinophilic myelocyte
Eosinophils have a very dark staining cytoplam, as their granules are eosinophilc. Myelocytes are large cells with specific granules present; the nucleus is not indented.

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

eosinophilic metamyelocyte
Eosinophils have a very dark staining cytoplam, as their granules are eosinophilc. Metamyelocytes are large cells with specific granules present; the nucleus is indented, but not “U” or horseshoe-shaped.

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

eosinophilic metamyelocyte
Eosinophils have a very dark staining cytoplam, as their granules are eosinophilc. Metamyelocytes are large cells with specific granules present; the nucleus is indented, but not “U” or horseshoe-shaped.

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

eosinophilic stab cell
Eosinophils have a very dark staining cytoplam, as their granules are eosinophilc. Stab cells are slightly smaller cells with specific granules present; the nucleus is extremely indented; it should take on a “U” shaped appearance.

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

eosinophilic stab cell
Eosinophils have a very dark staining cytoplam, as their granules are eosinophilc. Stab cells are slightly smaller cells with specific granules present; the nucleus is extremely indented; it should take on a “U” shaped appearance.

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

eosinophil
Eosinophils have reddish granules in the cytoplasm (more red/orange the RBC’s cytoplasm). Eosinophils have a characteristic bilobed nucleus

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

eosinophil
Eosinophils have reddish granules in the cytoplasm (more red/orange the RBC’s cytoplasm). Eosinophils have a characteristic bilobed nucleus

Slide 6 – bone marrow, Wright

eosinophil
Eosinophils have reddish granules in the cytoplasm (more red/orange the RBC’s cytoplasm). Eosinophils have a characteristic bilobed nucleus

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