Which definition of myelopoeisis is correct?
a. It is the production of blood cells and bone marrow by the kidney.
b. It is the production of blood cells and bone marrow by the liver.
It is the production of blood cells and bone marrow by the bone marrow
(medullary site of production).
d. A decrease in the number of neutrophils in the blood.
During the formation of blood cells, which tissue is their primary source?
a. Striated tissue.
b. Mesenchyme connective tissue in the embryo.
d. Tissue thromboplastin.
The three types of granulation occurring during normal cell maturation that
become more specific and smaller as the cell matures are:
a. Basophilic, hematopoietic, and eosinophilic.
b. Non-hematopietic, neutrophilic, and eosinophilic.
Netrophilic, basophilic, an eosinophilic.
d. Basophllic, neutrophilic, and idiopathic.
Immature blood cells that are so young that they can hardly be distinguished
morphologically from each other are called:
a. First cells.
b. Blast cells.