Origin of leukocyte
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Examples from the Web for leukocytes
Decrease in number of leukocytes, or leukopenia, is not important.
Most striking is the immense increase in number of leukocytes.
The leukocytes are commonly normal in number and relative proportions.
Increase in number of leukocytes is common and of great importance.
The leukocytes must first be washed in several changes of normal salt solution to free them from any adherent plasma or serum.The Fundamentals of Bacteriology
Charles Bradfield Morrey
Word Origin and History for leukocytes
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- See white blood cell.
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