Nucleated cell of the myeloid cell series found in bone marrow, that give rise to red blood cells. See erythroblast.
An erythroblast is a type of red blood cell which still retains a cell nucleus. It is the immediate precursor of a normal erythrocyte. ==Nomenclature== The term normoblast is sometimes used as a synonym for erythroblast, but at other times it is considered a subcategory. In the latter context, there are two types of erythroblasts: ==Development== ...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Normoblast
<haematology> Nucleated cell of the myeloid series found in bone marrow, that give rise to red blood cells. ... See: erythroblast. ... (18 Nov 1997) ... Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20973
(nor´mo-blast) a nucleated precursor cell in the erythrocytic series, specifically one in a normal course of erythrocyte maturation, as opposed to a megaloblast. The four developmental stages of the series are called pronormoblasts or proerythroblasts, basophilic normoblasts or erythroblasts, polychromatophilic (or polychroma...Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21001
Type: Term Pronunciation: nōr′mō-blast Definitions: 1. A nucleated red blood cell, the immediate precursor of a normal erythrocyte in humans. Its four stages of development are: 1) pronormoblast, 2) basophilic normoblast, 3) polychromatic normoblast, and 4) orthochromatic normoblast See: erythroblastFound on http://www.medilexicon.com/medicaldictionary.php?t=61039
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