what makes red bood cells unique to other cell types?
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
They have no organelles. So no mitochondria, ER, golgi, nucleus, etc. All they do have is hemoglobin (to carry oxygen) and the enzyme carbonic anhydrase.
They also have a biconcave shape to help them move through the small capillaries in the body.
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