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The Biconcave Cells In Blood That Lack Nuclei When They Are Mature, What Are They?

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In mammals the red blood cells that lack a nucleus are called erythrocytes. They are biconcave cells and lack a nucleus and organelles when mature. This shape enables them for an optimal blood exchange and they easily fit through the capillaries.
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At initial stages all cells in the blood have nuclei...be it the RBC orWBC....
RBC's lack nucleus during its stages of development whereas WBC don't...
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You are all wrong because I am doing college biology sheets and none of your answers are in my multiple choice....just saying.

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