Hemoglobin is a protein found in red blood cells. Hemoglobin's function is to transport oxygen to respiratory organs. It also transports a small amount of carbon dioxide as well.
Since Hemoglobin transports oxygen and carbon dioxide, it is obliviously a very important protein to have in our bodies! Without this protein our bodies would never be able to engage in much physical activity because of the lack of intake of oxygen and the lack of exhaling carbon dioxide.
Hemoglobin makes up 35% of a red blood cell.
Hemoglobin is highly made up of iron giving blood its red color!
Hemoglobin makes up 35% of a red blood cell.
In 1825 Hemoglobin was discoverd by J.F. Engelhard!