How Big Is a Red Blood Cell?

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A red blood cell is about 8 micro-meters in diameter. That means they are 8 millionths of a meter. If you placed them back to back, in order to get 1 centimeter, you would need 1250 of them. You can find more information here: http://www.simscience.org/membranes/advanced/page13.html
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Scientists say that red blood cells are so tiny that they are grouped together that they look like liquid.
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Human red blood cells are about 8 micro-meters.
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Eventually the RBCs are unable to spring back into shape as they pass through capillaries and this lack of flexibility traps old RBCs in the spleen. The damaged RBCs are phagocytosed
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