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Human Erythrocytes

Human Erythrocytes

In an average adult, each cubic millimeter of blood contains more than five million erythrocytes, which are commonly known as red blood cells. Erythrocytes are what give blood its characteristic color and are primarily responsible for transporting oxygen from the lungs to the tissues of the body and the metabolic waste product carbon dioxide back to the lungs.

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