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Q: What is the main job of red blood cells?
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What is the main job for red blood cells?

carrying oxygen to the body.


What are the main job of the spleen?

Spleen is the organ of reticuloendothelial system. Secondly it removes the old red blood cells. The life span of the red blood cells is about 120 days.


What job does a red blood cell have?

The job of red blood cells is to carry oxygen.


What are two main kinds of cells in blood?

Red blood cells and white blood cells.


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White blood cells Red blood cells Blood plasma Platelets


What are the three main cells found in blood?

Red blood cells White blood cells Platelets


What is the red blood cells main job?

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What blood cells contain haemoglobin?

Red blood cells because that is what carries oxygen throughout the body


Think about the main job of your red blood cells?

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What is a red blood cells job?

To carry oxygen


What is the main job of the erythrocytes in the blood?

The erythrocytes, or red blood cells as they are more commonly known as, transport oxygen to the body's cells and extract the carbon dioxide and send it to the lungs to be excreted.


Why are there more red blood cells then there are white?

Red blood cells perform the blood's primary function of transporting materials (gases, nutrition, wastes) to and from the various tissues of the body and this is why there are more red blood cells than white blood cells. White blood cells provide the blood's secondary functions of immunity and clotting and therefore do not need to be as many.