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Red blood cell

Introduction: Red blood cell

Description of Red blood cell

Red blood cell: RBC. A cell that carries oxygen to all parts of the body. Also called an erythrocyte.
Source: National Institute of Health

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Red blood cell as an Organ

Red blood cell (organ): Another name for Red blood cells.

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Red blood cell (organ): The purpose of red blood cells in the blood is to carry oxygen to body cells. The hemoglobin in red blood

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