How can I relate the function of red bone marrow to its structure?

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I'm really struggling on this one, can anybody help?
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(Original post by lilGem)
There is no such thing as 'red bone marrow'

Do you mean red blood cells?
hmmm, I thought there was red/yellow bone marrow? I guess I mean how to relate the function of bone marrow to structure then
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(Original post by lilGem)
There is no such thing as 'red bone marrow'

Do you mean red blood cells?
There are two types of bone marrow: red marrow (also known as myeloid tissue) and yellow marrow. Red blood cells, platelets and most white blood cells arise in red marrow; some white blood cells develop in yellow marrow.
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Kali5


I just answered this Q on your other post - hope it helps!
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