Did Red Blood Cells Ever Have a Nucleus
Q: Did red blood cells ever have a nucleus?
Did red blood cells ever have a nucleus?
When RBC are formed in the bone-marrow, they contain a nucleus, but mature red blood cells do not have a nucleus or other organelles. Lacking these components allows the cells to have more hemoglobin and carry more oxygen.
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