You need to login first

Login information

Haven't yet registered?

×
* * * *
Desolo
1243
bbb
557

Support Us

If you found our community helpful, your small donation will continue to help us reach more students around the globe. You may also like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.
Pages: 1     Go Down
  New Topic  |  Print  
PhysioEx 9.0 Exercise 11 Blood Analysis Activity 1 Questions
Read 8498 times | 1 Replies | Average Rating: Not Rated Yet
astone_082193
Lancelet
*
Posts: 4
Points: 35
Rep:  +0   -0


For a more comfortable homework help experience, try HomeworkClinic.com.
Answers please:

2. What is the significance of the "buffy coat" after you centrifuge the total blood sample?
3. As noted in the Exercise Overview, the average hematocrit for males is 42-52%, the average hematocrit for females is 37-47%, and erythropoietin is a hormone that is responsible for the synthesis of RBSs. Given this information, explain how a female could have a consistent hematocrit of 48, large, well-defined skeletal muscles, and an abnormally deep voice.

Report this PostReport Abuse
replies
Reply# 1
Posts: 3
Points: 55
Rep:  +0   -0

3 years ago

2. The buffy coat appears is a thin layer of WBC that appears as a thin white thin between the RBC layer and plasma.



Report this PostReport Abuse
Pages: 1     Go Up New Topic Print
 
Related Topics
Replies Author Last post
5
Replies
Anatomy and Physiology | Started by kelly2010 | Views: 4784
Last post Last post by Di.m
A year ago
2
Replies
General Biology | Started by kelly2010 | Views: 4336
Last post Last post by Biggie
A year ago
1
Reply
General Biology | Started by kelly2010 | Views: 2327
Last post Last post by bio_man
A year ago
1
Reply
General Biology | Started by kelly2010 | Views: 1297
Last post Last post by bio_man
A year ago
Note: This topic is currently locked from adding new posts. Only administrators and moderators can reply. If you'd like to contribute to this topic, start a new thread and make reference to this one. Otherwise, contact a moderator for more options.