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Term:eosinophil quantity
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Definition:The proportion or number of the immature or mature form of a granular leukocyte with a nucleus that usually has two lobes connected by one or more slender threads of chromatin, and cytoplasm containing coarse, round granules that are uniform in size and which can be stained by the dye eosin.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: eosinophil cell number;   eosinophil count;   eosinophil number
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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
Q Leukc1 Leukocyte quantity QTL 1 JBrowse link 19 48,830,712 60,220,581 RGD:5135221
Q Leukc2 Leukocyte quantity QTL 2 JBrowse link 2 121,750,419 155,965,721 RGD:5135221
Q Leukc3 Leukocyte quantity QTL 3 JBrowse link 1 238,220,189 244,401,301 RGD:5135222

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  vertebrate trait 2380
    organ system trait 1549
      immune system trait 29
        immune system morphology trait 25
          immune system cell morphology trait 10
            immune system cell quantity 10
              leukocyte quantity 10
                granulocyte quantity 3
                  eosinophil quantity 3
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  vertebrate trait 2380
    organ system trait 1549
      hemolymphoid system trait 30
        hemolymphoid system morphology trait 26
          hematopoietic system morphology trait 26
            blood cell morphology trait 11
              leukocyte morphology trait 10
                leukocyte quantity 10
                  granulocyte quantity 3
                    eosinophil quantity 3
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