Red Blood Cells (Erythrocytes)
A that carries to all parts of the body.
About Red Blood Cells
The is a vitally important fluid for the body. It is thicker than water, and feels a bit sticky. The temperature of blood in the body is 38° C, which is about one degree higher than body temperature. How much blood you have depends mostly on your size and weight. A man who weighs about 70 kg (about 154 pounds) has about 5 to 6 liters of blood in his body. Blood has three important functions: