describe the differences between the neutrophil and the lymphocyte and calculate the actual size of the neutrophil.

describe the differences between the neutrophil and the lymphocyte and calculate the actual size of the neutrophil.Category: Immunologydescribe the differences between the neutrophil and the lymphocyte and calculate the actual size of the neutrophil.
Emily SmithEmily Smith Staff asked 2 months ago

A monocyte (left), which will develop into a macrophage, a neutrophil (centre) and a lymphocyte (right), together with red blood cells in a blood smear which has been photographed through a light microscope. The cytoplasm of the neutrophil contains vacuoles full of hydrolytic enzymes (× 1000).

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Emily SmithEmily Smith Staff answered 2 months ago

The lymphocyte nucleus takes up most of the cell; there is very little cytoplasm.
Neutrophils have a lobed nucleus, with a larger amount of cytoplasm. The neutrophil is larger than the lymphocyte.
The actual size of the neutrophil 10µm

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