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Voyage of a red blood cell:

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Montserrat Veras

on 17 September 2016

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Transcript of Voyage of a red blood cell:

After the blood was sent to the heart, the heart was prepared to send out the blood to pulmonary circulation to the lungs.
The red blood cell starts of at the bone marrow along with the platelets and the white blood cells.
It is made up with hemoglobin NOT cellular respiration, which attracts the oxygen.
The heart transfers the blood through out the whole body as well to the brain in a way called systematic circulation.
Voyage of a red blood cell:
After exiting the bone marrow, the red blood cell goes into the blood with the plasma. The red blood cell then makes its way towards the capillaries, veins and arteries and made the blood dexyogenated to prepare the blood so that it goes to the heart.
Into the lungs and in the alveoli the red blood cell goes and gets its oxygen and sees how the carbon dioxide makes oxygenated blood. New blood is sent back to the heart.
And Last...
Blood cells live till (we die) the end!
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