Why macrophages is areolar tissue are also called as clasmatocytes, histiocytes ,

Dear Student,

Macrophages are one of the parts of the white blood cell of the immune system in which they engulf cell debris, foreign substances and microbes. They are formed from monocytes having irregular shapes. These are present in the connective tissue in the form of histiocytes (these cells are derived from bone marrow), then start migrating to blood and clasmatocytes. The macrophage which resides in alveolar phagocytes.

Hope this information will clear your doubts about topic.

If you have any more doubts just ask here on the forum and our experts will try to help you out as soon as possible.

Regards


 

  • 0
What are you looking for?