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"Facts and fun-facts about human blood types and blood components."
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Human beings are generally divided into four main blood types. Three of those are O, A, and B. What is the fourth type?
Which human blood type is known as the "universal donor"?
Which human blood type is known as the "universal recipient"?
When a human blood type is said to be "positive" or "negative" to which component of the blood is this label referring?
Presence of Titer
One designation or identifying description of human blood is the Rh factor. From what other name did this Rh factor get its name?
The Rhesus monkey
Rhea, Greek goddess of fertility
The shape of a rhomboid
Rhodium, a white hard metallic element
For a school project, Emily has been asked to learn the blood types of her biological parents. She should be able to determine her own possible blood type(s) with that information. Both of her parents are O-. What are the possibilities for her?
O- or AB-
O+ or O-
Any of the eight possible types
What is the component of human blood that causes an immune reaction to a mismatched (type) of blood after a transfusion?
In human blood, the ABO Blood Group system is the most important way to type (or, identify) blood for possible transfusion. What other animals are known to have blood that can be typed as ABO?
Some, including chimpanzees, bonobos, and gorillas
No other animals, only humans
All warm blooded animals
Some human mothers can have an incompatibly with their unborn child. This occurs (most often) when a mother who is O-negative is carrying a child of a positive (blood) type father. What is this disease called?
Von Hippel-Lindau Disease
Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn
Congestive Heart Disease
In terms of human blood and particularly, transfusions, what are non-blood volume expanders?
Vitamins - given intravenously
Fluids to replace or replenish blood supply
Air added to the blood stream
Fractionated blood, such as plasma
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