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Now available in MasteringA&PReview & Practice SheetLabNameBlood2DateSectionA. Labeling1.Identify the blood cells.RBC1.ManauyleNeutrophilWBCBasaphilLymphayteEosiaaphils2.3.12345674.5.6.7.2.Identify the blood cells.aba.C.e.b.d.B. CompletionComplete each typing slide in the figure by indicating with pencil dots where agglutinationOccurs.Type ABType AtABDBAType BType 0+DBAD315BA# tdBP4 dro##4##ef0

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Lab
Name
Blood
2
Date
Section
A. Labeling
1.
Identify the blood cells.
RBC
1.
Manauyle
Neutrophil
WBC
Basaphil
Lymphayte
Eosiaaphils
2.
3.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
4.
5.
6.
7.
2.
Identify the blood cells.
a
b
a.
C.
e.
b.
d.
B. Completion
Complete each typing slide in the figure by indicating with pencil dots where agglutination
Occurs.
Type AB
Type At
A
B
D
B
A
Type B
Type 0+
D
B
A
D
315
B
A
# td
BP
4 d
ro
##4##
ef
0
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Now available in MasteringA&P Review & Practice Sheet Lab Name Blood 2 Date Section A. Labeling 1. Identify the blood cells. RBC 1. Manauyle Neutrophil WBC Basaphil Lymphayte Eosiaaphils 2. 3. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 4. 5. 6. 7. 2. Identify the blood cells. a b a. C. e. b. d. B. Completion Complete each typing slide in the figure by indicating with pencil dots where agglutination Occurs. Type AB Type At A B D B A Type B Type 0+ D B A D 315 B A # td BP 4 d ro ##4## ef 0

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Step 1

Agglutination is the clumping of the red blood cells with the respective antibodies added to the blood sample. There are 4 major blood groups known, namely A, O, B and AB. These are named on the basis of the surface antigens they bear. Now, each of the blood groups can either be RhD negative (where Rh is the Rhesus factor with antigen D) or Rh positive.

Step 2

In the first case, that is for blood type A+, the antigens present are antigen A and antigen D. Thus, clumping will be noticed on adding anti-A and anti-D.

 

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1 pe A+ A

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In the second case, the blood group O contains no antigens. However, in case of O+...

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D.
A
B
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Type 0+ D. A B

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