How large are blood cells?
Healthy and normal human blood cells are about 8 micro-meters large. They also are approximately 8 thousandths of a millimeter across.
44 55 When microscope slides are stained to show blood cells the small red blood cells that appear on the slides are much more numerous than the large white blood cells This supports what concept?
When microscope sliders are stained to show blood cells the small red blood cells that appear on the sliders are much more numerous than large white blood cells?
Irregularly shaped blood cells can cause problems with clotting and proper blood flow. Think of the sickle cell disease. Although you're asking about irregularly sized and not irregularly shaped blood cells, I would assume that similar problems would occur. If the blood cells were too large to allow proper and free movement I should think that clotting and the risks/pains associated with abnormal blood clotting could occur. It really depends on how large we're talking.
Which describes the characteristics of red blood cells the agents of inflammation or there covex disks with a large nucleus or they transport oxygen to all cells of the body or they lack hemoglobin?
Blood cells automatically die after 100-120 days for red blood cells and in a few days for white blood cells. They remain in the blood stream until they are detected by macrophages which are cells that discover and essentially eat dead cell. This process involves them surrounding the cells with a special coating that disallows them from re entering the blood stream. They are then eventually eliminated macrophages and all through the digestive system or…