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blood cell

noun as in blood corpuscle

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Using a device similar to an inkjet printer, the company lays down layers of support cells, fat cells, blood cells, and muscle cells that are then placed in an incubator to grow into the finished steak.

The seal’s extra-large liver also holds its own store of oxygen-rich red blood cells, like a backup scuba tank.

In addition to producing healthy, round red blood cells, patients with this condition have C-shaped “sickle” cells that can block blood flow and deprive organs of oxygen.

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Plasmodium falciparum, the parasite responsible for malaria, infects red blood cells as part of a complex life cycle.

That capability is powered by the Series 6’s new blood oxygen sensor, which uses a series of photodiodes and infrared LEDs to measure your oxygen saturation—the amount of oxygen in your blood cells—as you breathe.

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Brainwaves change, body chemistry is transformed, even white blood cell count improves.

In short, drumming can increase the presence of T-cells, the white blood cell that fights viruses.

A red blood cell having no hemoglobin is also called a ghost.

The sediment contains a few hyaline and finely granular casts and an occasional red blood-cell.

We've loaded you with antibiotics and blood cell regenerator, and we've given you a total transfusion.

The white blood cell counts were much lower than usually seen in newly trapped wolves.

A pus cell can be distinguished from a colourless blood cell only by its mode of origin.

As the virus attacks the alveolar structures, the temperature rises and the white blood cell count becomes elevated.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blood cell, such as: red blood cell, white blood cell, corpuscle, erythrocyte, hemocyte, and leukocyte.

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