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Blood disorders: Touching of erythrocytes

Published on: 30th December, 2020

OCLC Number/Unique Identifier: 8999929058

In general, Erythrocytes may referred to as corpuscle (Red Blood Cells). These erythrocytes will play a significant role in our body. It carries the element round the body and produce dioxide back to lungs. It acquire the element from the lungs then move towards the guts wherever the pure blood is then passed round the body. Erythrocytes covers nearly 1/2 your blood. The mature human erythrocytes is small, Circular, and biconcave; it seems dumbbell-shaped at Look. 
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