30 Cells of Erythropoisesis Pronormoblastround nucleus and thin rim of deep blue cytoplasmBasophilic normoblastnuclear condensation ("fractured nucleus") with a deep blue cytoplasm
31 Polychromatophilic normoblast Polychromatophilic normoblastcytoplasm has accumulated enough hemoglobin so that it is no longer blue but a bluish-gray to bluish-redOrthochromatic normoblastmust have an almost mature cytoplasm with only the faintest hint of blue: the nucleus is fully condensed
32 Reticulocyteno nucleus, mature cytoplasm with blue tintRed blood celltypical of mature cell seen in circulation
35 Cells of Granulopoiesis Promyelocyteoval nucleus with deep blue cytoplasm and azurophilic granulesMyelocytecytoplasm becomes increasingly mature (reddish/clear) but still contains blue, nucleus of variable shape
36 Metamyelocytedeeply indented nucleus with nearly mature cytoplasm (no longer blue)Band cellnucleus just prior to lobulation with fully mature cytoplasmNeutrophil (mature)lobulated nucleus with fully mature cytoplasm
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