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marshall and bella
Transcript of marshall and bella
The structure of the red blood cell is a small disc shaped cell which contains a purple-red chemical called hemogoblin.
Red blood cell
Red blood cells travel throughout your body delivering oxygen and removing waste.
How they connect
The structure and the function connect because of the shape.
The small disc shape helps the blood cell squezze through tiny capillaries so blood can circulate.The disc shape helps the blood cell carry waste and oxygen.
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the function and how a red blood cell is formed.
One drop of blood contains millions of red blood cells.
the average life cycle of a red blood cell is 120 days.