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What are some organelles the white blood cells have?

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    White blood cells or leukocytes can be divided into granular and non-granular cells. The first group consists of neutrophils , basophils and eosinophils, the second one-monocytes and lymphocytes. Neutrophils have all typical organelles, but they also have primary and secondary granules(they have enzymes inside). Eosinophils have large vesicles (we can see them as grains) and contain major basic protein. Basophils-specific granules, contain heparin and histamin. Monocyte-a lot of pink colour granules. Lymphocyte-lots of ribosomes, mitochondria,

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