Subject: Why do some animals have nucleated red blood cells, while we don't
Date: Sun Sep 27 16:46:36 1998
Posted by Shaun Smith
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Area of science: General Biology
It seems that having non repairing red blood cells brought more
needed biosystems to handle damaged/old cells than an organism with
nucleated cells. Is there an advantage to the non-nucleated form?
Re: Why do some animals have nucleated red blood cells, while we don't
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