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ASU BIO 202 - Fibrinogen

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FibrinogenMakes up 4% of plasma proteinsFunction:-Blood clottinga & B globulins:cholesterol-made by: livery globulins:immunoglobulins = antibodies-made by: plasma cellsa globulinssmallestUpgrade to remove adsOnly $35.99/yearb globulinsmedium sizey globulinslargestThe liver is the ______ ______ factory of the bodyplasma proteinMost formed element survive in bloodstream only a matter of ____daysWhich protein has the greatest impact in determining osmolarity & osmotic pressure?AlbuminWhere are most plasma proteins manufactured?liverDefine osmolarity:a measure of the concentration of solutes in a solution (such as blood plasma)Why is osmolarity important with respect to blood?solutes in the solution determine osmotic pressure of the solution, which in the body determinewhere water will flowComponents of blood plasma (other than proteins):1. glucose2. carbs3. FFAs4. amino acids5. ions6. gases7. urea8. lactic acid9. creatinine10. hormones11. vitamins2 substances that are found in the body, but NOT found in BLOOD:1. Glycogen2. MyoglobinUpgrade to remove adsOnly $35.99/year3 types of formed elements found in blood:1. RBCs (erythrocyte)2. WBCs (leukocyte)3. PlateletsName 2 stem cell lines for Leukocytes:Indicate which formed elements come from which cell line:1. Myeloid stem cell line:-gives rise to:1. Eosinophils2. Basophils3. Neutrophils4. Monocytes2. Lymphoid stem cell line:-gives rise to1.

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