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Red Blood Cells

"A single drop of blood contains millions of blood cells ".
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Amber brianna

on 16 November 2012

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Transcript of Red Blood Cells

The History Of
the Red Blood Cells By : Brianna Obey
and
Amber Anderson Red Blood Cells "A single drop of blood contains millions of blood cells
which are constantly traveling your body delivering oxygen
removing waste." Hemoglobin in the
red blood cell Hemoglobin : the oxygen carrying pigment of the red blood cells that give the blood cell the red color . How is your cell and example
of a eukaryote cell ? - it is an example of the red blood cell
because it has a true nucleus an plasma membrane
and is bigger the the prokaryotic cell . Functions of the Plasma membrane! Check This Video Out !!!!!!!!! A Video About the red blood cells Structure Of The Plasma Membrane - carbohydrates , helps identify chemical signs . cholesterol ,helps prevent fatty acids cells of phososphips bilayer from sticking together . proteins help give the cells support and shape. Serves as the boundary between the cytoplasm of the cell and the external environment , and selectively isolates the cell from the external environment .Maintains the cells environment by regulating materials that enter or leave the cell . provides mechanisms for cell-to-cell communication. Fun Facts Red blood cells only make up about 45 percent of the entire blood volume which is called erythrocytes!
Blood makes up about 7 percent of the weight of a human body! Refrences http://faculty.stcc.edu/AandP/AP/AP2pages/Units18to20/blood/redblood.htm http://www.fi.edu/learn/heart/blood/red.html http://www.lifesouth.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=127:blood-fun-facts&catid=43:tools-and-resources&Itemid=73 http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/humanbody/blood.html How does the red blood cell demonstrates cellular transport? Function of the red blood cell in the human body hemoglobin molecule is iron, whose function is to transport oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood. The transport allows a cell to take in and release the compounds in order with its biological function. So the understanding release of the oxygen by red blood cells. Structure and function of all main
organelles in the red blood cell! "Red blood cells have an unusual structure compared to other cells in the human body. It lacks a nucleus, mitochondria or endoplasmic reticulum. the enzyme carbonic anhydrase which allows water in the blood to carry carbon dioxide to the lungs where it is expelled.Control the pH of the blood by acting as an acid-base buffer." Facts!!!!!
It fights against your infections and helps heal wounds, so we can stay healthy.
Red blood cells may be treated and frozen for extended storage up at least to 10 years!
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