Are red blood cells dead or alive?
Red blood cells are alive.
Red blood cells has a lifespan of about 120 days. Old or dead Red blood bells are replaced everyday by the new cells. Ribosomes basically translates message transcribed from the DNA. Red blood cells do not have secretory function, all it does it carry the respiratory gases to and from different tissues and organs.
Where do the dead red blood cells go for we know that it has only 3 months duration so what part of the body did it go?
Red blood cells do very different things in the human circulatory system. Red blood cells transport oxygen and some nutrients to all the cells in the body. White blood cells are like janitors. They preform maintenance functions around the body such as fighting against infections, working to seal wounds in the skin, removing dead cells from the body etc. Basically, red blood cells transport oxygen and nutrients and white blood cells take care of other…
Everything in your body is alive, including your bones. They are made of millions of cells that carry out activities such as cell division for repair and growth. The stuff in the middle is called bone marrow. It is the spot where new blood cells such as erythrocytes (red blood cells) and leukocytes (white blood cells) are made.