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Adult human RBCs are enucleate.which of the following statements is/are most appropriate explanation for this feature? a)they do not need to reproduce b) they are somatic cells c) they do not metabolize d)all their internal space is available for oxygen transport..Options:1.b and c2.only d)3.only a)4.a),c) and d)

Adult human RBCs are enucleate.which of the following statements is/are most appropriate explanation for this feature? a)they do not need to reproduce b) they are somatic cells c) they do not metabolize d)all their internal space is available for oxygen transport..Options:1.b and c2.only d)3.only a)4.a),c) and d)

Grade:12th pass

6 Answers

Ram
11 Points
4 years ago
The most appropriate answer is 2 (only d). RBC is enucleated in maturity for transporting more oxygen
Biprajit saha
13 Points
4 years ago
4 it is true for adult enucleate rbc...option a c and d,......................... The cannot do mitosis so no reproduction even
Sravya
38 Points
4 years ago
Biprajit saha. .......how can u explain the statement c...they do metabolise. It's that they have a different pathway...so...there are 2 correct statements a and do......they asked the most appropriate. .......so it's obviously 1
Kriti
11 Points
4 years ago
Rbc do metabolise threw anaerobic glycolysis pathway.Most appropriate reason for Rbc enucleated is to transport oxygen and to maintain its biconcave shape which is one of essential feature transport in blood capillaries.
Abdur
16 Points
2 years ago
In Human RBCs , nucleus degenerates during maturation which provide more space for oxygen carrying pigment  Haemoglobin
elly losia
26 Points
4 months ago
Rbc are enucleated which provide more space for oxygen carrying pigment hgb. 
It's lack most of cell organelles including mitochondria so it respires anaerobically. 
:) 

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