Group of cells derived from a single type (clone) of cell; the cells formed are identical.
Abnormally-shaped red blood cells with one or more semicircular portions removed from the cell margin, appearing as though the cells have had "bite" or "bites." The "bites" result from the removal of hemoglobin with an altered structure (denatured) by special cells (macrophages) in the spleen. G6PD deficiency is a common disorder that leads to the...
All body cells, except the reproductive cells
Cells that are able to develop into many (or all) types of cells
Specialized cells in the pancreas that produce and secrete one of several hormones that affect certain body functions; some examples include alpha cells that produce glucagon and beta cells that produce insulin.
Reproductive cell that develops into a sperm in males and an egg in females; germ cells contain one-half of the normal complement of the 46 chromosomes from each parent.
Specialized cells in the pancreas that produce and secrete insulin
Mature lymphocyte (B cell) that produces and secretes antibodies