In which organ red blood cells are stored, Biology

Surplus red blood cells, required to meet an emergency, are generally stored in what organ of the human body? Is it the:

a) Liver

b) Spleen

c) pancreas

d) Kidneys

ANSWER: B - spleen

 

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