Lessons for Blood Types

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  • Genetics: Peas to Blood Types - … person's blood type. What type(s) of blood can a person with A+ blood receive. To what types of blood can a person with A+ blood donate … person's blood type. What type(s) of blood can a person with A+ blood receive. To what types of blood can a person with A+ blood donate … person's blood type. What type(s) of blood can a person with A+ blood receive. To what types of blood can a person with A+ blood donate …
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  • Circulation Station - … that people belong to different blood types due to antigens (chemicals) that occur in their red blood cells. The blood type system most commonly used … people who share blood types can give or receive blood safely because their blood is compatible. (A good optional resource on blood transfusions is pp … O blood type can give blood to any other group and therefore is called a universal donor. Type AB can receive any type of blood and …
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  • The Circulatory System - … Circulatory System i. Blood a) Red blood cells (corpuscles), white blood cells (corpuscles), platelets, hemoglobin, plasma, antibodies ii. Blood types (four basic types: A, B, AB … red blood cells in blood than white blood cells. Tell them that white blood cells are larger. 5. Tell students that there are four blood typesblood transfusion is the giving of blood from one person to another. You can only get blood from someone who has the same blood type
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  • Using Blood-Typing to Determine Causes of Death in Surgery Patients - … following is a record of the patients, their blood types, blood types received, and surgery. Name Blood Type Surgery Blood Received Outcome Units Mr. S. Smith A … . Create a data table to record the results of the blood-typing. Name Blood Type Blood Type Received Mr. S. Smith Mr. Jones Ms. Johns Ms … of Laboratory Activities: Using Blood-Typing to Determine Causes of Death in Surgery Patients Sample Results Blood Type (tested) Blood Type Received During Surgery Mr. S …
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  • Blood Typing - … your blood and what functions do they fill? Blood Typing What makes different blood types different? David gives a pint of blood and finds out about blood typing … for each blood group. (For example, those with type-A blood can receive blood from either type-As or type-Os.) Questions 1. Are the blood types evenly distributed throughout the group or does one type
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  • The Heart of the Matter - … , or O type blood. Type O is known as the universal donor, but humans with this blood type can only receive type O. Type AB is known as the universal receiver, but any humans with other blood types cannot receive it. Types A and B only can receive O, or their respective blood type, and donate to AB. Blood can …
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  • Blood type switch - … and student worksheets with answers Blood type switch 04 April 2007 BBC Learning English - Words in the News Blood type switch - 04 April 2007 … A, B and AB blood types into type O blood. 3 - It is important because it will make more blood available for transfusion and will … 1. True - Paragraph 1 says, '...O-type blood can be transfused safely into humans of any blood-type without medical risk.' 2. True - Paragraph …
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  • Donating Blood - … blood type visit the Blood Donation pages of the American Red Cross site. The page answers basic questions about blood type, antigens, and rare blood types. Which blood type … the most common type? For more on blood type, visit the McKinley Health Center's Blood Type page. How is blood type inherited? Which blood type is the universal receiver? If you have Type A blood, what types
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  • River of Life - … find out their blood type. Parents usually have this information on medical records at home. You want the complete blood type, one or two … serve as an introduction to blood types. PLAY through segment on blood types and Rh factor. STOP before the BLOOD TYPE chart appears. The chart is … actual blood types in the general population and calculate the chances for survival for each blood type. In North American, among Caucasians, the blood types are …
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  • It's All in the Genes - … know that their blood type produces antibodies for the other type, so that if they receive blood that is the wrong type, their blood's antibodies … and AO blood type. (The sex of the parent with each blood type is not important at this time.) Baby #1 has blood type AB and baby #2 has blood type BO. Which parents …
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