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Unlike human blood, which is iron-based, Vulcan blood is copper-based, making it green. Red blood cells in humans store oxygen by means of hemoglobin, which makes them bright red; that is why human arterial blood, on its way from the cardiopulmonary system, is brighter red than venous blood, which has carried its oxygen throughout the body's tissues and is on its return trip for re-oxygenating. Copper molecules, when oxidized are green--that's why copper pipes turn green eventually. Hence, green Vulcan blood. Vulcan venous blood, on its way back to the heart, is more copper- or rust-colored, containing less oxygen. Vulcan blood cells are also shaped differently, more like lentils, whereas human blood cells are concave.
إذا كان سبوك نصف إنسان فولكان ، فلماذا يتكوّن دمه من فولكان كاملة؟
هل قاموا بأداء العلاج الجيني قبل الحمل أم أن الفلكان والبشر متوافقين بشكل افتراضي مع صفات الفولكان المسيطرة؟