Subject: Why do monocytes have a horse shoe or kidney shaped necleus?
Date: Thu Dec 9 16:06:56 2004
Posted by Travis
Grade level: 10-12
School: Dowling Catholic
City: West Des Moines State/Province: IA
Area of science: Immunology
Im trying to figure some stuff out for a report but it can get really confusing
so I was wondering that and why they have the red granules. And if you have
time how monocytes work in specific desieases?
Re: Why do monocytes have a horse shoe or kidney shaped necleus?
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