QOD:1. List and describe the functions of the parts of the blood.2. Describe the differences between the numbers and appearance of RBCs, WBCs and Platelets.
Type A Blood PLASMA A Anti-B Anti-B A A RBC A Anti-B Anti-B
Type B Blood PLASMA B Anti-A Anti-A B B RBC B Anti-A Anti-A
Type AB Blood PLASMA A B B A A RBC B B A
Type O Blood PLASMA Anti-A Anti-B Anti-B RBC Anti-A Anti-A Anti-B Anti-B Anti-A
PLASMA RBC Rh + Rh Rh Rh Rh
PLASMA RBC Rh - No anti-Rh antibodies in Plasma
1. Agglutination is clumping/clot formation of red blood cells.2. Agglutinogens are antigens.3. Agglutinins are antibodies.4. Evidence of agglutination is a cloudy appearance to the mixture in the well after being stirred vigorously.