Atlas of Avian Hematology

By Alfred M. Lucas; Casimir Jamroz | Go to book overview

Contents
Chapter Page
PREFACEIII
1 GENERAL REMARKS AND DEFINITIONS1
Methods of study1
Terminology8
Magnification14
Arrangement of subject matter15
2 CIRCULATING BLOOD OF THE HATCHED CHICKEN17
Erythrocytes17
Normal mature erythrocytes17
Developmental stages found in circulating blood24
Atypical and abnormal erythrocytes30
Technic artifacts33
Thrombocytes41
Normal mature thrombocytes42
Developmental stages found in circulating blood44
Abnormal cells45
Technic artifacts46
NONGRANULAR LEUKOCYTES47
Lymphocytes50
Normal mature lymphocytes50
Developmental stages found in circulating blood53
Abnormal lymphocytes54
Monocytes65
Normal mature monocytes65
Developmental stages found in circulating blood70
Abnormal monocytes72
Technic artifacts72
GRANULAR LEUKOCYTES73
Heterophils73
Normal mature heterophils73
Developmental stages found in circulating blood86
Abnormal heterophils87
Technic artifacts87
Eosinophils89
Normal mature eosinophils89
2 CIRCULATING BLOOD OF THE HATCHED CHICKEN--Continued
GRANULAR LEUKOCYTES --Continued
Eosinophils --Continued
Developmental stages found in circulating blood91
Abnormal cells91
Technic artifacts91
Basophils91
Normal mature basophils91
Developmental stages found in circulating blood92
Technic artifacts92
HEMOKONIA AND SERUM GRANULES93
3 CIRCULATING BLOOD OF THE EMBRYO104
Erythrocyte changes during incubation104
Description of the cells115
Primary erythrocytes115
Later embryonic erythrocyte generations128
Embryo thrombocytes130
Cells occasionally found in circulating blood of the embryo133
4 BLOOD CELLS FROM HEMATOPOIETIC ORGANS OF THE, EMBRYO141
Embryo bone marrow141
Embryo spleen155
Blood changes at hatching157
Lymphocytogenesis in the thymus167
Feather sheath cell169
5 BLOOD CELLS FROM BONE MARROW OF THE HATCHED CHICKEN181
Erythrocytes and thrombocytes181
Granulocytes193
Plasma cells197
Osteoclasts198
Differential counts on bone marrow198
6 BLOOD CELLS OF OTHER AVIAN SPECIES202
Description of cells202
Size of cells211
Cell counts, hemoglobin levels, and hematocrits214
Arneth counts220

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