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Leukocytes – White Blood Cells

Leukocytes are white blood cells produced in bone marrow red. They are divided into two main groups: detailed and agranular (without granules). There are five types of leukocytes, and each has a specific function. Basophils, eosinophils and neutrophils are white blood cells that have granules in the structure of granular cells visible.

Leukocytes are white blood cells produced in bone marrow red.  They are divided into two main groups: detailed and agranular (without granules).  There are five types of leukocytes, and each has a specific function.  Basophils, eosinophils and neutrophils are white blood cells that have granules in the structure of granular cells visible.  Is agranular lymphocytes and monocytes, which have no granules that make up the cell in the matrix.  Leukocyte function and to produce antibodies to fight infection by phagocytosis.

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Phagocytosis phagocytosis
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Phagocytosis is actively conducted by neutrophils and monocytes. 

Delivered subjects-oh-sigh-sis Toh, which is the process of white blood cells and involves the destruction of micro-organisms, and the remains of dead cells.  The five phagocytic leukocytes are responsible, but only two full-time responsibility.  Monocytes and neutrophils are white blood cells to perform active phagocytosis.
granule cells
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granular activated leukocytes in the allergic reaction. 

This group includes basophils, eosinophils and neutrophils.  Everyone has some responsibility in phagocytosis, but each has a specific function.  Basophils and histamine release are involved in allergic sensitization, which increases when a person contracts chickenpox.  increase of eosinophils during allergic reactions such as hay fever, and parasitic infections.  Neutrophils are the most active in phagocytosis with an immediate response to infection and antibiotic free.  Neutrophils are the most numerous of all leukocytes.
Agranular leukocytes
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Agranular leukocyte leukemia actively fight infections. 
The category of agranular leukocytes including monocytes and lymphocytes that are active during leukemia and viral infections.  Increases lymphocyte leukemia, infectious mononucleosis and produce antibodies.  Monocytes also increase in certain types of leukemia and tuberculosis.  They are much slower in the phagocytic response, but act for a longer period and in greater numbers.  Monocytes are treated as cleaning equipment, as the work of all residues are cleaned.
Main phagocytes
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Leukocytes are the first line of defense against infections and disease.

Neutrophils and monocytes leading to phagocytic functions.  Neutrophils are cells of early intervention that targets bacterial infections.  Are the most numerous of all leukocytes.  Monocytes have a slower response, but to do more to “clean up” damaged cells and debris.  Phagocytosis is an important process in the support system.  If leukocytes lost their phagocytic ability, he would die.

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