WHERE ARE BLOOD CELLS MADE

WHERE ARE BLOOD CELLS MADE

Where Are Blood Cells Made

    blood cells

  • The red cells, white cells and platelets that make up the blood. They are made in the bone marrow.
  • Any of the kinds of cell normally found circulating in the blood
  • (blood cell) either of two types of cells (erythrocytes and leukocytes) and sometimes including platelets
  • These cells fight infection, help blood to clot, and carry oxygen to all parts of your body.

    made

  • Made or formed in a particular place or by a particular process
  • produced by a manufacturing process; “bought some made goods at the local store; rope and nails”
  • (of a bed) having the sheets and blankets set in order; “a neatly made bed”
  • successful or assured of success; “now I am a made man forever”- Christopher Marlowe

where are blood cells made

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It

It
Αυτό ζει
στην απόγνωση
των γονιών σου όταν γεννήθηκες…

Αυτό ζει
στα μελανιασμένα χέρια σου
όταν ο πατέρας γυρνούσε μεθυσμένος…

Αυτό ζει
όταν η μητέρα σου
έφυγε από τον κόσμο αυτό…

Αυτό ζει
στη μοναξιά σου,
σ’ ένα έρημο σπίτι που δεν έρχεται κανείς…

Αυτό ζει
στη συμμορία
της γειτονιάς…

Αυτό ζει στις μικροκλοπές
που κάνεις για να αποκτήσεις το σεβασμό που σου λείπει…

Αυτό ζει
στη σειρήνα του περιπολικού
που εμφανίστηκε ξαφνικά…

Αυτό ζει
στις κατηγορίες που έκανες
αλλά και σ’ αυτές που σου φόρτωσαν…

Αυτό ζει
στο βρώμικο κελί
που είσαι φυλακισμένη…

Αυτό ζει
στον ήλιο
που σου λείπει πολύ…

Αυτό ζει
στη τρέλα που φουντώνει
στο μυαλό σου…

Αυτό όμως
φοβάται το μαχαίρι
που έκλεψες…

Αυτό κραυγάζει
στη θέα
του ματωμένου νιπτήρα…

Αυτό ψυχορραγεί
στη ζαλάδα
του θανάτου…

Αυτό πεθαίνει
στο χαμόγελο σου
τώρα που τελείωσαν όλα…

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My try for translation, sorry if isn’t good…

This lives
in the desperation
of your parents when you been born…

This lives
n your bloody hands
when the father turned drunk…

This lives
when your mother
left from this world…

This lives
in your loneliness
in a deserted house that does not come no one…

This lives
in the gang
of the neighborhood…

This lives
in your crimes
where you make in order to acquisitions the respect that is absent to you…

This lives
in the siren
of police car that was presented suddenly…

This lives
in the categories
that it made other and in those that your charged…

This lives
in the dirty cell
that you are jailed…

This lives
in sunlight
that is absent to you a lot…

This lives
in the madness
that it catches fire in your brain…

This however
it is afraid
in the knife that you stole…

This screams
in the view
of the bloody wash basin…

This dies
in the light-headedness death…

This dies in your smile
now that finished all…

made with Poser 6 (human character and room)

Some Brightness in the Morning. Limnanthes douglasii, Poached Egg Plant or Meadowfoam, Botanische Tuin Fryslân "De Kruidhof", Buitenpost, Friesland, The Netherlands

Some Brightness in the Morning.  Limnanthes douglasii, Poached Egg Plant or Meadowfoam, Botanische Tuin Fryslân "De Kruidhof", Buitenpost, Friesland, The Netherlands
Waking up once again to Darkness and Rain, I got some Brightness from this pretty Poached Egg Plant, Limnanthes douglasii, that I saw a fortnight or so ago at Buitenpost.
I’m always quite amazed how many plants were imported to Europe in the days of the Great Explorers. Our Limnanthes was first collected on the Pacific Coasts of North America by that adventurous explorer, naturalist, botanist, mountain climber, the Scot David Douglas (1799-1834). He sent it to the Royal Horticultural Society where it fell into the hands of another intrepid naturalist. This was Robert Brown (1773-1858). He’d begun his botanical career as the naturalist aboard Matthew Flinders’s (1774-1814) HMS Investigator. That ship was the first European one to circumnavigate Australia, and Brown put together an enormous collection of plants. Once returned home to London, he spent many years cataloguing his finds. His stature as a botanist was enormous, and he named many plants. But he was also a microscopist and made the first modern scientific observation of the cell nucleus (in orchids). Earlier, at the very beginning of modern science, Antonie Philips van Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723) had already made similar observations in the blood cells of codfish and salmon.
Limnanthes-with-its-pretty-yellow-centre was named by Brown in 1833. Curtis’s Botanical Magazine in 1837 writes that the name is derived from the Greek to indicate its habitat: "the sides of watery places" (not as is sometimes said ‘marshes’). ‘Douglasii’ is for David Douglas, of course.
Well, Groningen today is watery enough…

where are blood cells made

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