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Life Science Application : The major components of human blood are red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and plasma. A typical red blood cell has a diameter of approximately 7 × 10–6 metres. A typical platelet has a diameter of approximately 2.33 × 10–6 metre. Which has a greater diameter, a red blood cell or a platelet?

Answer :

Given:

Diameter of red blood cells = 7 × 10–6 metres


Diameter of platelets = 2.33 × 10–6 metre


It is clearly observed that the diameter of the red blood cell is greater than as compared to the diameter of the platelets.


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