Review&Practice SheetNow available in MasteringA&PLabNameBlood2DateSectionA. LabelingIdentify the blood cells.1.RBC1.ManayteNeustrophulWBCBasaphilLynhaytePDsinophils2.3.1243764.5.6.7.Identify the blood cells.2.ae.C.a.d.b..B. CompletionComplete each typing slide in the figure by indicating with pencil dots where agglutinationOccurs.Туре АB -Type AtDBADBAType BType O+DBDBA315ALO

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Now available in MasteringA&P
Lab
Name
Blood
2
Date
Section
A. Labeling
Identify the blood cells.
1.
RBC
1.
Manayte
Neustrophul
WBC
Basaphil
Lynhayte
PDsinophils
2.
3.
1
2
4
3
7
6
4.
5.
6.
7.
Identify the blood cells.
2.
a
e.
C.
a.
d.
b..
B. Completion
Complete each typing slide in the figure by indicating with pencil dots where agglutination
Occurs.
Туре АB -
Type At
D
B
A
D
B
A
Type B
Type O+
D
B
D
B
A
315
A
LO
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Review&Practice Sheet Now available in MasteringA&P Lab Name Blood 2 Date Section A. Labeling Identify the blood cells. 1. RBC 1. Manayte Neustrophul WBC Basaphil Lynhayte PDsinophils 2. 3. 1 2 4 3 7 6 4. 5. 6. 7. Identify the blood cells. 2. a e. C. a. d. b.. B. Completion Complete each typing slide in the figure by indicating with pencil dots where agglutination Occurs. Туре АB - Type At D B A D B A Type B Type O+ D B D B A 315 A LO

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