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Components of Blood – Probe

Multiple Choice  Choose the Correct Answer 1. What a) b) c) d) 2. What a) b) c) d) 3. What a) b) c) d) are the three protein groups in the plasma? Erythrocytes, Leukocytes, Platelets Albumins, Globulins, Fibrinogens Hemoglobins, Glucoses, Macrophages Erythrocytes, Fibrinogens, Irons

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are the components of blood? 60% tissue, 40% oxygen 55% plasma, 45% erythrocytes, <1% leukocytes and platelets 55% erythrocytes, 45% plasma, <1% leukocytes and platelets 55% plasma, 40% leukocytes, 5% erythrocytes, <1% platelets plasma protein, along with platelets, plays an important role in clotting? Heme Albumin Finbrinogen Eosinophil

4. Why are Erythrocytes bi-concave in shape? a) Greater surface area for oxygen binding b) They look cooler c) So they can bind to Leukocytes d) Reduced volume 5. Blood volume changes in response to various hormone and solute levels. If solute levels spiked, how would your body maintain the component ratios? a) Immediately stop making any erythrocytes, leukocytes, and platelets b) Dump all of the solutes back into your intestines c) Contract all of your muscles to squeeze water back into the blood d) Absorb more water from your kidneys to increase plasma volume True Multiple Choice Questions  Circle ***ALL*** answers which are correct 6. What a) b) c) d) is true of hemoglobin? Contains heme which is where the oxygen binds Has two different forms whether it is oxygenated or deoxygenated Essential for blood clotting Oxyhemoglobin complex gives blood it’s red color

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Allen got a cut on his face during martial arts, what would happen to form a Skin cells would immediately begin stretching to cover the wound Platelets break open on jagged wound edges Leukocytes all immediately rush to the surface of the wound Platelets release chemicals causing other blood components and fibrin to stick together causes anemia? Hemorrhage (heavy bleeding) Old red blood cells A deficiency of iron A surplus of oxygen

9. How do Leukocytes function to fight invaders? a) They have sharp edges that cut up foreign invaders b) Phagocytosis c) Formation of antibodies d) Clot the blood 10.Blood cells are formed… a) Only at birth, and then re-used throughout your life b) From stem cells c) In bone marrow d) In the heart e) From the binding of hemoglobin and oxygen

1. What are the three protein groups in the plasma? a) Erythrocytes, Leukocytes, platelets b) Albumins, globulins, fibrinogens c) Hemoglobin, glucose, macrophage d) Erythrocytes, Globulins, Iron 2. What are the components of blood? a)60% tissue, 40% oxygen b) 55% plasma, 45% erythrocytes, <1% leukocytes and platelets c) 55% erythrocytes, 45% plasma, <1% leukocytes and platelets 3. What plasma protein plays an important role in clotting, along with platelets? a) Heme b) Albumin c) Fibrinogen d) Eosinophil 4. Why are Erythrocytes bi-concave in shape? a) Greater surface area for oxygen binding b) They look cooler c) So they can bind to Leukocytes d) Reduced volume 5. Blood volume changes in response to various hormone and solute levels. If solute levels spiked, how would your body maintain the component ratios? a) Immediately stop making any erythrocytes, leukocytes, and platelets b) Dump all of the solutes back into your intestines c) Contract all of your muscles to squeeze water back into the blood d) Absorb more water from your kidneys to increase plasma volume True Multiple Choice Questions  Circle ALL answers which are correct 6. What function does hemoglobin serve in our blood? a) Contains heme which is where the oxygen binds b) Has two different forms whether it is oxygenated or deoxygenated c) Essential for blood clotting d) Oxyhemoglobin complex gives blood it’s red color 7. If Mr. Allen got a cut on his face during martial arts, what would happen to form a clot? a) Mr. Allen is too fast to be cut! b) Platelets break open on jagged wound edges c) Leukocytes all immediately rush to the surface of the wound d) Platelets release chemicals causing other blood components and fibrin to stick together 8. What is the most common cause of anemia? a) Hemorrhage (heavy bleeding) b) Old red blood cells c) A deficiency of iron d) A surplus of oxygen

9. How do Leukocytes function to fight invaders? a) Battle to the death with swords b) Phagocytosis c) Formation of antibodies d) Clot the blood 10.Blood cells are formed… a) Only at birth, and then re-used throughout your life b) From stem cells c) In bone marrow d) In the heart e) From the binding of hemoglobin and oxygen

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