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ERYTHROPOEISIS HemocytoblastProerythroblast Erythroblast BasophilicPolychroma- tophilic Erythroblast Orthochroma- tophilic Erythroblast Nuclear Extrusion Reticulocyte RBC Pluripotential Stem Cell 1. dispersed chromatin 2. nucleoli 3. cytoplasmic 1. clumped chromatin 2. no nucleoli 3. maximum 1. condensed chromatin 2. grey-green cytoplasm (hemoglobin synthesis) 1. condensed eccentric nucleus 2. pink cytoplasm 1. anucleate 2. spherical 3. slight basophilia (free ribosomes)
Erythropoeisis- Several Stages
MYELOPOEISIS (granulopoeisis) Hemocytoblast (multipotential) Myeloblast (multipotential) Promyelocyte (multipotential) 1. loss of cytoplasmic basophilia 2. dispersed chromatin EosinophilopoeisisNeutrophilopoeisisBasophilopoeisis
EOSINOPHILOPOEISIS Eosinophilic Myelocyte Eosinophilic Metamyelocyte Eosinophil (band cell) Specific and Metachromatic Granules
Eosinophilopoeisis- Several Stages
NEUTROPHILOPOEISIS NEUTROPHILIC MYELOCYTE NEUTROPHILIC METAMYELOCYTENEUTROPHIL
MYELOPOEISIS (Several Stages) Neutrophilic and Eosinophilic Band Cells Nutrophilic Band and Eosinophilic Metamyelocyte
BASOPHILOPOEISIS Basophilic Myelocyte Basophilic Metamyelocyte Basophil
THROMBOPOEISIS Hemocytoblast Endomytosis (w/o karyokinesis (w/o cytokinesis) Reserve Megakaryocyte (megakaryoblast)Platelet-Forming Megakaryocyte Platelet-Shedding (fusion of plasma membrane) Platelets Residual Megakaryocyte
BONE MARROW Decalcified Bone and Marrow Cavity Marrow Fat Cells Bone
Marrow Megakaryocyte Adipocyte Diapedesis Hemopoetic Compartment Endothelial Discontinuity Endothelial Cells Blood Sinusoid Reticular Fibers
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