Why does flies have red blood?
They don't have red blood. They don't have hemoglobin, the substance which makes a mammal's blood red.
Crane flies don't suck blood. Some of them don't even have a mouth, they live just long enough to reproduce. Their own blood is likely yellowish. ^^
they will eat blood worms grubs and flies
Blood contains red blood cells. Red blood cells don't contain blood. Blood does not enter the red blood cell.
oxygenated blood, or arterial blood, is bright red. deoxygenated blood, or venous blood, is dark red.
blood has red blood cells (thrombocytes)... they colored the blood red..
None - red blood cells are also called red blood corpuscles.
blood that is red
Yes, reptiles have red blood. The red color is caused by hemoglobin in the red blood cells.
and a red blood cell or in a red blood cell? if its in a red blood cell i would say haemoglobin
As the name says, red blood cells are found in the blood. If there is blood there, there is red blood cells.
The red pigment is red blood cells is created by a blood protein called Hemoglobin
Oxygenated blood is bright red and deoxygenated blood is darker red.
Red blood cells give blood its red color.
a red blood cell is red when it reaches oxegen.
Oxygenated blood is red. This is why when you bleed, the blood emerges red. Oxygenated or, Oxygen rich, blood is bright red. De-Oxygenated or, Oxygen poor, blood is dark red.
As we all now that red blood cells are important.If there's no red blood cells in the blood we die because the red blood cells carry the oxygen as we breath.
I'm afraid that this question may have confused you, as Red Blood Cells do not actually carry any Blood at all. This is because Blood is comprised of Red Blood Cells. The answer to your question is simply that Red Blood Cells carry no Blood, instead they make up Blood itself. Red Blood Cells Carry Oxygen.
Is your blood truly yellow but red blood overtakes the color and is an illusion that your blood is red but not?
your blood is purple but turns red when it meets with oxygen
Human blood is always red due to the presence of iron in red blood cells. Crustaceans have blue blood as their blood is copper-based.
The protein hemoglobin, found in the red blood cells, is what makes blood red.
No your blood is not red until it hits oxygen, that is why your veins are not red. The above answer is incorrect. All blood is red but blood with oxygen is brighter red and blood lower in oxygen is darker red. All veins do not carry blood low in oxygen. Most do but not ones coming to the heart from the lungs.
Haemoglobin is the red pigment in red blood cells.
blood is red due to the blood cells that form blood. there are also white blood cells but are not seen because of the value of the red blood cells of a greater number.
In the blood, their presence makes blood red.
Red blood cells and white blood cells are produced in your red bone marrow.
The copper in their blood gives their blood a bluish tint. It is much like how iron in our blood causes our blood to be red. Haemoglobin is a red pigment in blood that makes the blood red when it comes out into oxygen (that why when we bleed, our blood is red.) some animals do not have haemoglobin in blood, for example LOBSTERS! So this is why their blood is blue.
Most simply red blood cells are cells that carry oxygen from place to place and since they are in the blood and are red (blood would be clear without them) they are called red blood cells
The red color of blood is caused by a red compound, oxyhemoglobin.
The red bone marrow produces most of the blood cells, including red blood cells.
No. Your muscles do not produce the red blood cells. Red bone marrow produce the red blood cells.
Red Blood Cells
which animals do not have red blood
Yes their blood is red
blood is never blue but arterial blood lacking oxygen is darker... venous blood is dark red arterial blood is bright red capillary blood is brick red
The old red blood cells get replaced by the newly formed red blood cells.
The red blood cells make blood red. They have this color due to the hemoglobin molecule.
Blood is not always red. The colour is dependant on it's exposure to oxygen. If there is oxygen in the blood it has a red colour. That is why whenever you bleed your blood is red, because it reacts with the oxygen in the air. When there is no oxygen in your blood though, your blood has a blue colour.
Blood is actually a bluish,purplish color. Whenever you see blood, it is red because once the blood touches the air, it turns red.
No, the red blood cells in the blood cause the red colour of blood. The plasma is actually a faint yellow colour.
for every 700 red blood cells there is one white blood cell. The 45 percentage of blood is red blood cells.
Red, obviously!! Clue in the name RED blood cells!
Hemoglobin is the red pigment, or red color of Blood.
Raccoon blood is red. All mammals have red blood.
Blood is made up red cells, that is why your blood is red
Red blood cells transport oxygen in the blood.
The complete blood count measures the number of red blood cells in circulating blood. The hematocrit measures the relative volume of red blood cells in circulating blood.
no, blood are cells put together, the white blood cell, red blood cell, plasma, platelets and antibodies.your blood is red because most of the blood cells are red blood cells.
red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Platelets are like white blood cells, but not. Your blood is actually clear but it is red because of your red blood cells.
blue blood is the blood in your body that has not been exposed to air and red blood is the blood that has been exposed to air for example if you get a cut your bood appears red
Decreased red blood cell concentration in the blood may lead to decreased intensity of red color in a blood sample. Red blood cells are the formed element that gives blood its expected color.