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What is the the signifgance of the red blood cell being anucleate?

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Without a nucleus, red blood cells cannot divide. This means that they must be continuously manufactured to replace those that die. This process occurs in the bone marrow.
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Red blood cell is a type of blood cell that transport oxygen and carbon mono-oxide. They contain Hemoglobin, the transport molecule and it is red in color, giving the cells the red
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red blood cells cannot reproduce themselves so tehy have a finite life span.
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