A colorless corpuscle, as one of the white blood corpuscles, or those found in lymph, marrow of bone, connective tissue, etc.
a mature blood cell which contains a nucleus. Leucocytes, e.g. monocytes, lymphocytes and granulocytes, are found in the blood or tissue fluid. They are part of the body's immune system. It is also known as a white blood cell.
blood cells that engulf and digest bacteria and fungi; an important part of the body's defense system
a white blood cell and an antigen is a 'marker' on the surface of blood cells
A white blood cell; typically functions in immunity, such as phagocytosis or antibody production.
Any nucleated (white) blood cell . Can be further divided into granular leucocytes and agranular leucocytes.
White blood cells which fight infection.
Usually referring to white blood cells.
white blood cell important in defense against infection
general term for a white blood cell.
White corpuscle capable of digesting harmful bacteria, fungi, etc.
White blood cell that fights infection.
A leucocyte is any colorless, ameboid cell mass; white blood cell or corpuscle.