Atlas of Avian Hematology

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Index
Abnormal cell (s), 15
eosinophil, 91
erythrocyte, 30-33, 34, 41
primary, 120
heterophil, 87
lymphocyte, 54, 56, 64
monocyte, 60, 72
separation from artifact(s), 16, 33
thrombocyte, 45-46
See also Cell
Accipiter cooperi. See Hawk, Cooper's
Accipitriidae, 202
Achromatic. See Nucleus, chromophobic
Aged cell (s)
erythrocyte, 23
nucleus, 11, 30, 32
primary, 120
lymphocyte, 167
thrombocyte, 45
Albumen, effect on primary erythroblast, 115
Allantois, spleen implants, 155
Amblystoma. See Amphibian
Amitosis
definition, 31
erythrocyte, 23-24, 26, 31
primary, 120, 128
monocyte, 70
Amphibian
Amblystoma, embryonic erythrocyte, 105
Bathrachoceps attenuatus, thrombocyte, 45
erythrocyte
amitosis, 23-24
reticulocyte, 28
Necturus
erythrocyte, 31, 40
macrophage, 68
monocyte, 68
thrombocyte, 45
Anas platyrhrnchos. See Duck, mallard
Anatidae, 202
Anemia, megaloblast of, 192
Angioblasts, 104
Anisocytes, 34
Anisocytosis, 26, 31, 127
Anonymous ( 1949), 8, 194, 196
Anseriformes, 202
Antibodies, against spleen, 155
Arneth count (s), 220-221, 230
bunting, 221
chicken, 84
classes, 84
cockatoo, 221
goose, 85, 220
nuclear lobe (s)
basophils, 80, 85
Arneth count (s) --Continued
nuclear lobe (s) --continued
criteria of, 84
eosinophils, 80, 85
heterophils, 80, 84, 85
owl, 221
pheasant, 220
pigeon, 221
bone marrow, 221
quail, 221
sparrow, 221
swallow, 221
turkey, 220
Arneth index
bunting, 221
chicken
basophil, 85
eosinophil, 85, 90
heterophil, 83, 84, 85, 90, 220
mortality correlated with, 85 shift, 85
cockatoo, 221
goose, 220
owl, 221
pheasant, 220
pigeon, 221
bone marrow, 221
effect of season, 221
quail, 221
sparrow, 221
swallow, 221
turkey, 220
effect of sex, 220
Artifact (s)
basophil, 92
eosinophil, 76, 91
erythrocyte, 33-34, 36, 39-41
embryo, 98, 100, 115, 117, 124, 129
heat, 36, 40
heterophil, 73, 74, 87-89
magenta bodies, 40
mechanical, 36
monocyte, 60, 72-73
nucleus
clear area, 17
extrusion, 34, 36
polychromatic
late, 11, 33
mid-, 11
pressure, 34
separation from abnormal cells, 16, 33
technic, 33-34, 36, 39-41, 46-47, 72-73, 87-89, 91, 92
vacuolization, 36, 40
See also Smudged (squashed) cell (s)

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