Red blood cells are thicker on the edges and thinner in the center, consequently they look paler in the center when viewed under a microscope. This somewhat odd cross-sectional shape is beneficial to the cells and allows them to deform more easily to pass through capillaries that have a narrower diameter than the un-deformed red blood cell so that the cell can move through the capillary delivering its load of oxygen and picking up the waste CO2 from the cells along the capillary.
Blood cell morphology refers to the size and shape of blood cells when viewed under a microscope.
a blood cell structure can be affected the nucleus or the green pigment
Robert Hooke did not discover blood cells. He was the first person to see cells. He saw cells of the oak plant in cork. He viewed a tiny slice of cork under his microscope and saw small compartments which he called cells.
The microscope that is more useful to estimate red blood cells is an electron microscope because it can magnify to see cells that other microscopes can't see such as the light microscope
i think cells, bacteria, and other microorganisms.
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You need a microscope to see red blood cells.
it very small
Robert Hooke viewed cork 'cells' under a microscope. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek was the first person to view a living cell.
So they are better to see
red blood cells are erythrocytes while white blood cells are lymphocytes.
He used a microscope to look at blood
Blood cells are tiny you can only see them using a microscope. They are not HUGE! As an elephant they are trying to trick you.
Robert Hooke first viewed cells with a microscope. He began calling them cells because they resembled the cells in which monks lived and worked.
Anton van leeuwenhoek named cells after studying blood and bacteria with his microscope
In cells where they are present chloroplasts look like small green dots inside the cell when viewed with a microscope.
Staining the onion epidermal cells with iodine will help in making the cells more visible when viewed under a microscope. It has no other effect on the cells.
Blood cells. The largest compartment of blood cells are the red blood cells (also called erythrocytes), but you would also see white blood cells (including lymphocytes and phagocytes) and some platelets.
white blood cell differential
pond water! Robert Hooke looked at a cork under a microscope.
a microscope is vital in biology because if someone had a illness it would be helpful to look at the blood cells and T cells