haemoglobin


haemoglobin

noun

  1. a conjugated protein, consisting of haem and the protein globin, that gives red blood cells their characteristic colour. It combines reversibly with oxygen and is thus very important in the transportation of oxygen to tissuesSee also oxyhaemoglobin
n.

see hemoglobin; also see æ.

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