SEM of two polymorphonuclear white blood cells

SEM of two polymorphonuclear white blood cells

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Caption: White blood cells. Scanning electron micrograph of two polymorphonuclear white blood cells (leucocytes). These cells, also known as neutrophils or polymorphs are involved in protecting the body against infection. They engulf and digest invading microorganisms by a process called phagocytosis. Highly mobile, these cells will migrate to an area of tissue damage to engulf microorganisms and cell debris. However, the special enzymes needed for their work are quickly depleted so they will degenerate after activity. Defunct polymorphonuclear white blood cells are the main constituent of pus. Magnification x20,000 at 10x8 inch size.

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Keywords: anatomy, blood cell, cells, human body, immune, immune system, leucocyte, leukocyte, neutrophil, phagocyte cell, polymorph, polymorphonuclear, polymorphonuclear leucocyte, white, white blood cell

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