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Red blood cells
Red blood cells

Red blood cells are carriers of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Their biconcave surface provides maximum surface area for the exchange of gases

Red blood cells
Red blood cells

Red blood cells are carriers of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Their biconcave surface provides maximum surface area for the exchange of gases

Red blood cells
Red blood cells

Red blood cells are carriers of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Their biconcave surface provides maximum surface area for the exchange of gases

Red blood cells
Red blood cells

Red blood cells are carriers of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Their biconcave surface provides maximum surface area for the exchange of gases

Red blood cells
Red blood cells

Red blood cells are carriers of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Their biconcave surface provides maximum surface area for the exchange of gases

Red blood cells
Red blood cells

Red blood cells are carriers of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Their biconcave surface provides maximum surface area for the exchange of gases

Red blood cells
Red blood cells

Red blood cells are carriers of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Their biconcave surface provides maximum surface area for the exchange of gases

Red blood cells
Red blood cells

Red blood cells are carriers of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Their biconcave surface provides maximum surface area for the exchange of gases

Red blood cells
Red blood cells

Red blood cells are carriers of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Their biconcave surface provides maximum surface area for the exchange of gases

Red blood cells
Red blood cells

Red blood cells are carriers of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Their biconcave surface provides maximum surface area for the exchange of gases