are RBC eukaryotic or procaryotic cell,as on maturation it loses its nucleus?
also ,does respiration take place in rbc,considering that it doesnot contain a mitocondria ? can respiration happen in the RBC till the glycolysis phase(which take place in the cytoplasm of the cell)?
if not ,then in which cells does respiration take place ?
I asked my tutor this a while ago. RBC's are Eukaryotic still. Respiration takes place in every living cell with exception to red blood cells.
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