Part of speech:
(Hematology, cytology) A blood cell.
(Anat.) A protoplasmic particle or cell with a special function; esp., any of the erythrocytes (red corpuscles) or leukocytes (white corpuscles) that float in the blood, lymph, etc. of vertebrates
A mature, red-colored blood cell containing hemoglobin and normally lacking a nucleus; red blood cell: it is a very small, circular disk with both faces concave
A cellular component of the blood, especially of an invertebrate.
(Hematology, cytology, immunology) A white blood cell.
Any of various cells that in adult mammals are produced in bone marrow, have a nucleus but no hemoglobin, and function in the immune system by protecting against pathogens and aiding in tissue repair. White blood cells include neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils, lymphocytes, and monocytes, and they are found in blood, lymph, and certain tissues.
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