If RBC s don't have a nucleus then how do they divide in the bone marrow?

Red blood cells have adapted this characteristic (no nucleus) for several reasons. It simply allows the red blood cell to have more hemoglobin. Lack of nucleus in RBC also allows the cell to have a unique biconcave shape that helps with diffusion. Mature red blood cells do not contain DNA and cannot synthesize any RNA

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