1. List the body's internal environment that is under homeostatic control.
2. State the parameters under homeostatic control.
3. List and describe the functions of blood.
4. Describe the characteristics of blood in terms of viscosisty, volume, pH, shape, and percent body weight.
5. List in order the areas of hemopoiesis during development and state its diagnostic importance.
6. State the areas of hemopoiesis for myeloid and lymphoid blood cells.
7. Analyze the function of oxygen and carbon dioxide transport mechanisms.
8. Outline the life cycle of an RBC.
9. Categorize the various types granular and agranular WBCs according to cell number, histology, granules, and physiology.
10. Oultine the process of hemostasis.
11. Compare and contrast intrinsic and extrinsic clotting.
12. Describe the three types of hemophilia mentioned in class.
13. Outline the steps of clot retraction.
14. List the medical strategies of clot prevention.
15. Describe the three types of proteins in plasma.
16. Outline the various anemias mentioned in class.
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