Agranulocytes are a type of leucocyte (white blood cell).
These are distinguished from the other category of leucocytes (which
by the fact that agranulocytes do not contain chemical-filled
cytoplasmic vesicles called "granules".
The most important functions of agranulocytes (a
type of white blood cells) are immune functions. Further information
is included on the pages about each of these types of agranulocytes
- use the links above.
For more information about other components (or "constituents") of
blood, see the page about:
and Functions of Blood.
This may interest students of massage, reflexology, beauty therapies, or other
health or clinical courses.
Today's Study Tip: When a question or topic seems complicated, it may only be because you're lacking (or failing to notice) a single small detail that will cause everything else to fall easily into place. - 18th June 2013.