Red blood cell
Transport oxygen from the lungs to the body tissues for aerobic respiration.
- Contains haemoglobin (a pigment that carries oxygen)
- Does not contain a nucleus, which increases the volume of haemoglobin in the cell
- Very flexible so it can move through narrow blood vessels (capillary) 
Push and move mucus from one place to another.
The mucus can transport trapped dust and microbes when it is pushed by the cilia.
Has a thin layer of tiny moving 'hairs' called cilia 
Root hair cell
Absorb water and minerals from the soil water
Has a long thin extension - the root hair, which provides a large surface area for absorption to happen
- Transport water in the plant
- Support the plant
- have no cytoplasm and no end walls. They form a continuous tube in which water can pass freely
- the cell walls are strengthened by lignin, a tough waterproof substances. 
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