See: normoblasts, BFU E, CFU E, primitive and definitive erythroblasts
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... maturation (but still follows a defined and controlled pathway). Another good example is the red blood cell, who has a nucleus in immature stages (erythroblast) but completely loses it when it becomes a mature erythrocyte. Thus, the nucleus shape is typically "fixed" only in resting, ...
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