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No, nitrogen is dissolved in blood in a similar way to its dissolving in water.

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SOURCE: Can't find the parts of a red blood cell

Hi try this website, there is a labeling of the red blood cell there. You must pass your mouse over the cell to see the labels.


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    What is the role of red blood cells?

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    Can't find the parts of a red blood cell

    Hi try this website, there is a labeling of the red blood cell there. You must pass your mouse over the cell to see the labels.


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