Generally speaking, what is the size of the cell and the texture and consistency of
the nuclear chromatin in a mature cell?
a. Larger than an immature cell; fine and lacy.
b. Smaller than an immature cell; course and clumpy.
Smaller than an immature cell; rough and lace-like.
d. Larger than an immature cell; fine and crumbled together.
Which does NOT occur during the development of blood cells?
a. Nucleus disappears.
b. Nucleus reduces in size.
Cytoplasm lightens in color.
d. Nucleus becomes reddish in color.
The most immature cell in the erythrocytic series is the:
Diffusely basophilic erythrocyte.