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Coloring Pages: Blood
Name_______________________Period_____Date__________
Blood consists of plasma and formed elements.
The plasma is the fluid portion of the blood
and consists of water, proteins and dissolved
materials such as oxygen, carbon dioxide,
electrolytes and other materials. Plasma
makes up about 55% of the blood volume.
Formed elements make up about 45% of the
blood volume and consist of erythrocytes (red
blood cells, a), leukocytes (white blood cells, c)
and thrombocytes (platelets, b). Label and
color the RBC’s red, the WBC’s light blue and
color the nucleus violet. Label and color the
thrombocytes blue.
Thrombocytes are involved in blood clotting.
Note the size of the thrombocyte compared to
the other cells.
Erythrocytes do not have a nucleus and they
appear like a donut with a thin spot instead of
a donut hole. About a third of the weight of a
RBC is due to hemoglobin, which is made of
iron and is what makes the cells red. Color the
surface view and cross section of the RBC.
There are two main types of leukocytes:
granular leukocytes and agranular leukocytes.
The granular leukocytes have cytoplasmic
granules that either stain pink or dark purple or
do not stain much at all. The granular
leukocytes that do not stain much at all are
called neutorphils because the granules are
neutral to the stains. Neutrophils have a three
to five-lobed nucleus. Color the cells by
shading the cytoplasm blue and coloring the
nucleus violet.
The eosinophils are granular leukocytes that
have pink or orange staining granules. The
nucleus is generally two-lobed. Color the
nucleus violet, the granules orange and the
cytoplasm light blue.
Basophils are a rare granular leukocyte in that
they make up less than 1% of all WBCs. The
nucleus is S shaped. Label the basophil and
color the granules violet and the cytoplasm
light blue.
The two kinds of agranular leukocytes are
lymphocytes and the monocytes. The
lymphocytes can be large or small and make up
20-30% of the leukocytes. The cytoplasm is light blue and the nucleus is violet. The nucleus of the lymphocyte is dented
or flattened. Lymphocytes come in two kinds B cells secrete (antibody mediated immunity) and T cells are involved in
cell mediated immunity Label and color the lymphocytes.
The monocytes are large cells (about three times the size of a red blood cell) and have a strongly lobed nucleus. Label
the monocyte, color the nucleus violet and the cytoplasm light blue.
Coloring Pages: Blood
Name_______________________Period_____Date__________
Blood consists of plasma and formed elements.
The plasma is the fluid portion of the blood
and consists of water, proteins and dissolved
materials such as oxygen, carbon dioxide,
electrolytes and other materials. Plasma
makes up about 55% of the blood volume.
Formed elements make up about 45% of the
blood volume and consist of erythrocytes (red
blood cells, a), leukocytes (white blood cells, c)
and thrombocytes (platelets, b). Label and
color the RBC’s red, the WBC’s light blue and
color the nucleus violet. Label and color the
thrombocytes blue.
Thrombocytes are involved in blood clotting.
Note the size of the thrombocyte compared to
the other cells.
Erythrocytes do not have a nucleus and they
appear like a donut with a thin spot instead of
a donut hole. About a third of the weight of a
RBC is due to hemoglobin, which is made of
iron and is what makes the cells red. Color the
surface view and cross section of the RBC.
There are two main types of leukocytes:
granular leukocytes and agranular leukocytes.
The granular leukocytes have cytoplasmic
granules that either stain pink or dark purple or
do not stain much at all. The granular
leukocytes that do not stain much at all are
called neutorphils because the granules are
neutral to the stains. Neutrophils have a three
to five-lobed nucleus. Color the cells by
shading the cytoplasm blue and coloring the
nucleus violet.
The eosinophils are granular leukocytes that
have pink or orange staining granules. The
nucleus is generally two-lobed. Color the
nucleus violet, the granules orange and the
cytoplasm light blue.
Basophils are a rare granular leukocyte in that
they make up less than 1% of all WBCs. The
nucleus is S shaped. Label the basophil and
color the granules violet and the cytoplasm
light blue.
The two kinds of agranular leukocytes are
lymphocytes and the monocytes. The
lymphocytes can be large or small and make up
20-30% of the leukocytes. The cytoplasm is light blue and the nucleus is violet. The nucleus of the lymphocyte is dented
or flattened. Lymphocytes come in two kinds B cells secrete (antibody mediated immunity) and T cells are involved in
cell mediated immunity Label and color the lymphocytes.
The monocytes are large cells (about three times the size of a red blood cell) and have a strongly lobed nucleus. Label
the monocyte, color the nucleus violet and the cytoplasm light blue.
The Blood:
In the test tube:
Color the White blood cells light blue
Color the Red Blood Cells red.
Color the Thrombocytes blue.
Color the Plasma yellow.
What is the role of Platelets?_________________________________
What are sickle cells?_______________________________________
Use the terms to fill in the blanks:
Plasma
Platelets
Lymphocytes
Antigens
Fibrin
Hemoglobin
Antibodies
Anemia
Leukemia
Lymphatic system
____________________1. Iron containing molecule in red blood cells
____________________2. White blood cells which produce antibodies
____________________3. Liquid part of the blood
____________________4. Returns tissue fluid to the blood
____________________5. Cell fragments involved in clotting
____________________6. Foreign molecules in the body
____________________7. Cancer of the bone marrow
____________________8. Condition in which the blood cannot carry sufficient oxygen
____________________9. Strands of protein involved in clotting
____________________10. React with antigens and inactivates them
Blood Types and Transfusions:
Blood Type
Draw a picture of the RBC
Draw a picture of the
This blood type may
This blood type may
with Antigens
Antibodies in this blood
donate to :
receive from:
(if any)
type
(if any)
A
B
AB
O
Why are individuals with type O blood considered the universal donor? Be specific—use the word antigen:
Why are individuals with blood type AB considered universal recipients? Be specific—use the word antibody:
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