This is class 107's biology blog. Please refrain from using inappropriate terms. Instead, use proper ENGLISH.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Red Blood Cells

1.What the organelles found in the cell?
The organelles found in the red blood cell are the cytoplasm, which is rich in haemoglobin, a complex, metalloprotein and the cell membrane.
Red Blood Cells

2.List the structural features of the cells.
Without the nucleus in the red blood cell, it can carry more oxygen to other parts of the human body. It would not need the nucleus as the red blood cell flows through the blood, and not move on its own.

3.What are the functions of these organelles?
They aid by holding the oxygen carried in the red blood cell.

4. Why are these functions of the organelles important to the living cell?
The haemogoblin in the cytoplasm helps to bind the oxygen and release them throughout the body. Due to this, we would not have any difficulty breathing or suffocate to death.


Haemoglobin

Source:http://thecelebration.wordpress.com/2009/08/12/life in-the-bloo/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:1GZX_Haemoglobin.png



11 comments:

  1. I think that this group has done a good job, however, it could still be improved. I personallay think that they should not use words that are too sophisicated as some of us might not understand. If it is a scientific tearm, i hope that the group could futher elaborate.

    By: Michelle Loh

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  2. In this report, I learnt that haemoglobin is found in the cytoplasm of red blood cells. I also learnt more about the structure of haemoglobin based on the diagrams.

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  3. From this report, I learnt that haemoglobin is found in the cytoplasm in the red blood cells and it helps to bind the oxygen and release them throughout the body.
    However, there were some sophisticated words that I did not understand. They should have used less sophisticated words so that the readers would be able to understand.

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  4. through this report, i have learnt that haemoglobin is present in red blood cells,and that it helps in binding oxygen to release throughout the body, though i must say that there some complex words here... it would be best if we could understand everything.

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  5. Interesting fact learnt: The haemogoblin in the cytoplasm helps to bind the oxygen and release them throughout the body. Due to this, we would not have any difficulty breathing or suffocate to death.



    Short and simple but i feel that you could elaborate more and give more details

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  6. I do understand everything they've written as I've read about them before. But as my classmates do not understand some of the complex organelles, I thhink it's also better that they try to use more simplified terms.

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  7. I I learnt that the heamoglobin is present in the red blood cell.
    However, i also feel that you could elaborate more on the details.

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  8. Can't find any information on functions of organelles in a premature red blood cell?

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  9. U should put what each organelle does in the red blood cell see students read this for projects and more also some terms are not know so u can write what each special term means

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  10. U should put what each organelle does in the red blood cell see students read this for projects and more also some terms are not know so u can write what each special term means

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