Shalini Rathod 278 Questions 306 Answers 257 Best Answers 151 Points View Profile 0 Poll Shalini RathodBeginner Asked: July 27, 20212021-07-27T12:37:08+05:30 2021-07-27T12:37:08+05:30In: Education How are mature and non – matured RBCs distinguished? 0 Poll ResultsPlease login to vote and see the results. Participate in Poll, Choose Your Answer. a) Mature RBCs are biconcave while non – mature RBCs are round b) Mature RBCs have mitochondria while non – mature RBCs do not have mitochondria c) Mature RBCs have nucleus while non – mature RBCs do not have nucleus d) Mature RBCs have haemoglobin while non – mature RBCs do not have haemoglobin How are mature and non – matured RBCs distinguished? Share Facebook 1 Answer Voted Oldest Recent Shalini Rathod 278 Questions 306 Answers 257 Best Answers 151 Points View Profile Best Answer Shalini Rathod Beginner 2021-07-27T12:39:01+05:30Added an answer on July 27, 2021 at 12:39 pm Answer: a Explanation: When an RBC is produced in the bone marrow of the long bones, it is round in shape. It has a nucleus and a mitochondira. However, once the RBC matures, it looses its nucleus and mitochondira. Thus, the RBC are unable to reproduce by cell division or produce energy for themselves. Since the nucleus is usually the biggest organelle, the loss of nucleus makes the RBC become biconcave. 0 Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp You must login to add an answer. Username or email* Password* Remember Me! Forgot Password?