Red blood cells do not have a nucleus. Are they eukaryotic or prokaryotic? Wh

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Red blood cells are considered to be eukaryotic.

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Oct 1st, 2015
thank you , i need to know why they are eukaryotic
Oct 1st, 2015

Its defined as eukaryotic since it has a membrane;bound nucleus

Oct 1st, 2015
thank you so much
Oct 1st, 2015

It is defined as eukaryotic since it has a membrane-bound nucleus.

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