Red blood cells Coloured scanning electron micrograph SEM of two red blood cells RBCs RBCs or erythrocytes make up of cells in the blood They carry redcoloured haemoglobin molecules which in turn carry oxygen around the body Haemoglobin is required because oxygen is not very soluble in water and not enough oxygen would be carried by the bloodstream if it was simply dissolved in blood Each haemoglobin molecule can carry four molecules of oxygen and the unique surface shape biconcave of RBCs maximises the absorbtion and release of oxygen Magnification x
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