Identify each cell as being a precursor cell still in the process of leukopoiesis, or a final mature leukocyte.Precursor CellsEosinophilB prolymphocyteNeutrophilic promyelocyteNK cellNeutrophilPromonocyteMature CellsT lymphocyteLymphoblastB lymphocyteMonoblastMonocyteBasophilNext14 of 20( Prev

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Identify each cell as being a precursor cell still in the process of leukopoiesis, or a final mature leukocyte.
Precursor Cells
Eosinophil
B prolymphocyte
Neutrophilic promyelocyte
NK cell
Neutrophil
Promonocyte
Mature Cells
T lymphocyte
Lymphoblast
B lymphocyte
Monoblast
Monocyte
Basophil
Next
14 of 20
( Prev
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Identify each cell as being a precursor cell still in the process of leukopoiesis, or a final mature leukocyte. Precursor Cells Eosinophil B prolymphocyte Neutrophilic promyelocyte NK cell Neutrophil Promonocyte Mature Cells T lymphocyte Lymphoblast B lymphocyte Monoblast Monocyte Basophil Next 14 of 20 ( Prev

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