CBSE Class 9 Answered
white blood cells which are divided into two main categories: granular and non-granular.
1) Granulocytes - Leukocytes characterised by the presence of differently staining granules in their cytoplasm when viewed under light microscopy. These include
iii) Basophils - They make up 0.5% of the body's white blood cells and are responsible for the production and secretion of antibodies
ii) Monocytes - They make up 3-8% of the body's white blood cells and they take on the bacteria that the Neutrophils are unable to handle. Monocytes are also phagocytic
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