Erythrocytes are also called red cells, red blood corpuscles, haematids, erythroid cells, and responsible for the transportation of oxygen to the various tissues via bloodstream, and impart a red color to the blood due to the presence of hemoglobin pigment.
When two more substances are mixed together, they liquefy due to the formation of a new compound which has a lower melting point than room temperature. This type of mixture is called a eutectic mixture and substances are called eutectic substances.
Phocomelia (shortening or absence of upper or lower limbs) is a rare condition in which a baby born with short upper or lower limbs or without limbs. it is a teratogenic effect due to the intake of thalidomide drug by the mother during early pregnancy.