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Transcript: Cell differentiation is when a less specialized cell becomes a more specialized cell Human embryotic stem cells become red blood cells in the bone marrow Red blood cells produce hemoglobin to help transport oxygen through out the body Disease Description Cell Differentiation Red Blood Cells Works Cited "Blood: Red Blood Cells - The Human Heart: An Online Exploration from The Franklin Institute, made possible by Unisys." The Franklin Institute - Home - 215.448.1200. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Oct. 2012. <>. "Diseases of red blood cells." UNM - New Mexico's Flagship University | The University of New Mexico. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Oct. 2012. <>. M.D., Erich Rosenberger. "The functions of red blood cells - by Erich Rosenberger M.D. - Helium." Helium - Where Knowledge Rules. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Oct. 2012. <>. "Red Blood Cells Functions, Size, Structure, Life Cycle, Pictures |" Current Health Articles. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <>. MLA formatting by Red Blood Cells By Yasmeen Shahout and Isabella Burke Malaria- disease contracted from mosquitos Spherocytosis- inherited disease causes Red Blood Cells to swell blocking small blood vessels Thalassemia- inherited disease; shortens a persons life span Anemia- causes a low oxygen transport throughout the body in the blood Polycythemia- Catagorized as a surplus of red blood cells; causes blood to thicken slowing blood flow Functions Diseases that affect the Cell Malaria Spherocytosis Thalassemia Anemia Sickle Cell Polythemia Main function: Carries oxygen throughout the body controls the pH of blood by acting as an acid-base buffer Releases the enzyme carbonic anhydrase, allows water in blood to carry carbon dioxide to lungs where it is dispelled One thing we learned and found interesting while doing this project is the fact that red blood cells do not have a nucleus. In fact, they don't have any organelles besides hemoglobins. This was intersting because all other cells have these things but red blood cells do not. Description 6-8 micrometers in diameter Hemoglobin: protein; carries the oxygen throughout the body; Gives cell its red color Very flexible Biconcave cell Males: 5 million per cubic millimeter of blood Females: 4.5 million per cubic millimeter of blood Lacks nucleus, mitochondria, and ER Life span:120 days

Red-Blood Cell

Transcript: Red blood cells are known to transport oxygen throughout the body. But what about the others? White Blood Cells are the other cells that fight off pathogens and ingest bacteria. Platelets are smaller pieces of large cells that pinch off in the bone marrow. They help stop excessive bleeding and prevent blood clotting. Plasma is the main fluid in blood that makes the blood balanced and flow well throughout the body. Work Experience Hemoglobin is what I use as a big help to carry oxygen throughout the whole body. It is a protein that binds to oxygen as it diffuses into the cells. This makes it a lot easier to go through circulation. I was born in the bone marrow on my human. I now live in blood vessels like arteries, veins, and capillaries throughout the body and heart. Shared a Photo Yes, I do live with these things. I love them so much! Has worked as a blood cell that carries oxygenated blood throughout the body and brings de-oxygenated blood back to the heart to get oxygen from the alveoli in lungs again. Red-Blood Cell Yes, I help with Cellular Respiration by carrying oxygen throughout the body and gather its waste (carbon dioxide). Am I a saint yet? Pictures of me and my home like comment share like comment share Status Update Red Blood Cells, White Blood Cells, Plasma, and platelets make up blood. I am circulated through two different paths: Pulmonary Circulation Systemic Circulation Pulmonary Circulation- I return to the heart (on the right side) with low oxygen. I then travel to the lungs through capillaries and the carbon dioxide in me can be replaced with wonderful oxygen. I then flow into the left side of the heart which begins the next path.. Systemic Circulation- I am now pumped out into the body with my oxygenated blood from the left side of the heart. After making my way through the body, I go back into the pulmonary circulation again. For all that must know, yes, I have had a hard time lately. The body I am providing for has had trouble with heart attacks which means that blood flow gets clogged up a lot and has damaged the heart. Now, it's harder for his heart to push me enough to make it all the way through the body. Fortunately, the body is taking some kind of medication that help prevent these clots but I thought I would let you all know! Me going through the Circulatory System like comment share Things that help me do my job Birth and Current Location Shared a Link How I am circulated

Red Blood Cell

Transcript: Comparison 'Red Blood Cell and Animal Cell' -A single drop of blood contains millions of red blood cells which are constantly traveling through your body delivering oxygen and removing waste. -Red blood cells are red only because they contain a protein chemical which is called hemoglobin is bright red in color. -As blood passes through the lungs, oxygen molecules attach to the hemoglobin. -As the blood passes through the body's tissue, the hemoglobin releases oxygen to the cell. -Over time, red blood cell dies. Questions: 1.What are the jobs for the red blood cell? 2. Differentiate between red blood cells and animal cells. 3. How blood moves? Did you know? What we learned? Red Blood Cell: -Carries hemoglobin. -Destroyed by macrophages. -There are chemical that attach to the nutrients or gas to carry. Animal Cell: -Open circulatory system have hemolymph. -Fluid combining blood and interstitial fluid. -It contains one type of a cell hemocytes. Both: - Have 'A' or 'B' antigens resulting in blood typing 'A', 'B', 'O', or 'AB'. 1. They are located in circulatory system. This includes veins, arteries, and capillaries. 2. It contains hemoglobin to carry oxygen to the body tissues. 3. Their jobs: They carry oxygen from the lungs to all cells in the body, it also carries carbon dioxide back to the lungs to leave the body. 4. They carry the gasses that they need to carry. 5. They become fragile and wear out 120 days. 6. High red blood cell count indicates an excess of red blood cells circulating in your blood stream. 7. Causes of high red blood cell count. Red Blood Cells 1. Red Blood Cells is a cell in the blood of vertebrates oxygen and carbon dioxide to and from the tissues. 2. Red Blood Cells do several important jibs. 3. They do not have nucleus. 4. They have very few organelles. 5. The cells are round and are intended in the middle. 6. There are chemicals that attach to the nutrients or gas to carry. 7. Our body makes 150 million new blood cell a day, replace the ones that die.

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