Why myeloid-erythroid ration is 4:1 while more RBC's in blood? Watch

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In the bone marrow, the normal ratio of myeloid and erythroid series cells is 4:1. So, for every erythroid cell, there are four myeloid cells, which gives
But in the circulation, there are almost 1000 times more RBC's than total WBC's ( which also includes non-myeloid WBC's, such as lymphocytes. )

Why is it so?
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