After birth, Erythropoiesis starts in
a) Red bone marrow 
b) Spleen
c) Kidneys
d) Liver
Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
Related Test: Test: Blood And Lymph

NEET Question

By Chanchal Sharma · Aug 31, 2018 ·NEET
47 Answers
Kajal Rathore answered Jun 18, 2018
Erythropoiesis starts in liver.
Erythropoiesis  starts in mesoderm of the yolk sac from third week to third month in the embryo. Between third to fifth month it occurs in the liver and spleen and from fifth month onwards hepatic phase cease to exist and erythropoiesis occurs in the red bone marrow.

Kaneez Fatima answered Jul 05, 2020
Erythropoiesis starts in red bone marrow

Ajinkya Shinde answered Jul 04, 2020

Puneet Pandey answered Feb 05, 2019
Ans will be bone marrow

Tejas Tambakhe answered Jun 21, 2020
As per adult stage erythropoiesis is starts in red bone marrow but as per in fetus stage is starts in liver and spleen.

Dr. Firoj Khan answered Aug 23, 2018
Erythropoiesis (from Greek 'erythro' meaning "red" and 'poiesis' meaning "to make") is the process which produces red blood cells (erythrocytes). ... By the third or fourth month, erythropoiesis moves to the liver. After seven months, erythropoiesis occurs in the bone marrow.

Madhavendra Singh Rajput answered Dec 08, 2018
This answer is wrong it starts in bone marrow in adults .

Harshi Harshi1919 answered 4 weeks ago
We know that erythropoiesis is a process of formation of R.B.C... it first takes place in liver then followed by red bone marrow.. its takes at the tym of 6 months and it is the principle site of erythropoiesis

Shivi Singh answered Jun 25, 2020
Erythropoiesis start in firstly yolk sac of an embryo and at that time organ of body not form and yolk sac form blood vessels of liver then after yolks sac liver start erythropoiesis and then bone marrow so option d is correct

Piya Thakur answered 4 weeks ago
In the early development of a fetus , erythropoiesis take place in the yolk sac, spleen and liver.After birth, all erythropoiesis occurs in bone marrow.

Yashnavi Jamhoriya answered Jul 04, 2020

Glycerine Darsh answered Jul 04, 2020
Option (a) erythropoiesis is a process of production of red blood cells(RBC) which is done by red bone marrow

Ashok Kande answered Jun 26, 2020
Bone marrow

Santhana Priya answered Jun 26, 2020
Correct answer is option.d. liver

Sunil Jakhar answered Apr 26, 2020
Embryonic life m hi phle to spleen m and bad m liver but janam ke bad m bone marrow m hi banty h bro . Iska answer bone marrow jayga ok.

Mohd Qayyum answered Jul 04, 2020
Erythropoiesis begins in liver and occur in red bone marrow

Jyoti Dayma answered May 22, 2020
In child it occures in liver and spleen but in adult in red bone marrow.

Tarun Kumar answered May 14, 2020
Red bone marrow

Anitha Bathula answered Jul 07, 2020
Erythropoiesis starts in red bone marrow as per NCERT

Yash Bhardwaj answered Jun 13, 2020
Liver is responsible for the formation of red blood corpuscles during embryonic stage .

Anshika Bhargava answered Aug 31, 2018
Erythropoiesis starts in mesoderm of the yolk sac from third week to third month in the embryo. Between third to fifth month it occurs in the liver and spleen and from fifth month onwards hepatic phase cease to exist and erythropoiesis occurs in the red bone marrow.

DEAR I HOPE IT HELPED UUH

Jyoti Rani answered Jun 27, 2020
Till 5th month of baby the erythropoesis is start in liver

Kakubal Suma answered May 29, 2020
Starts
1)liver
2) spleen
3) red bone marrow
4) kidney

Jeel Baldaniya answered Jun 27, 2020
Ans should be dpleen because during gestetion period erythropoiesis starts in spleen in early stage

Gulzar Ahmad answered Jul 01, 2020
Erythropoiesis starts in bone marrow....

Christymariya James answered 4 weeks ago
The answer would be red born marrow since they have mentioned 'after birth'. In foetal stage it takes place, first in yolk sac, then liver and by third month, the bone marrow.

Gautam Gupta answered May 14, 2020
Red bone marrow ncert says

Tulya Sree answered Jun 26, 2020
In early foetus erythropoesis takes place in mesodermal cells of yolksac.By third or fourth month erythropoesis moves to liver.After seven months it occurs in bone marrow.

M Tharusha answered 4 weeks ago
After birth it will occur in bone marrow

Narhari Pawar answered Jul 04, 2020
D is correct answer

Avinash Chavan answered Jul 01, 2020
A option red bone marrow correct answer

Awantika Gupta answered Mar 17, 2020
At embryonic stage erythropoesis starts in liver.

Arfa Anjum answered May 30, 2020
Erythropoesis occurs in liver during fetal stage i.e.aftr 3rd month of pregnancy
Where as in adults the erythropoesis takes place in bone marrow

Ashish Meena answered Mar 31, 2019
Erethropoisis start in liver correction

Akshay Hosamani answered May 15, 2020
Ans is must bone marrow i.e, red

Alimt Adil answered Jun 25, 2020
In the question it is clearly saying after birth. and after birth red bone marrow is site of RBC formation. Before birth during intrauterine life the sequence is as
firstly yolk sac
then liver
and finally bone marrow.
and after birth th red bone marrow.

Abha Agrawal answered May 14, 2020
A red bone marrow

This discussion on After birth, Erythropoiesis starts ina) Red bone marrowb) Spleenc) Kidneysd) LiverCorrect answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer? is done on EduRev Study Group by NEET Students. The Questions and Answers of After birth, Erythropoiesis starts ina) Red bone marrowb) Spleenc) Kidneysd) LiverCorrect answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer? are solved by group of students and teacher of NEET, which is also the largest student community of NEET. If the answer is not available please wait for a while and a community member will probably answer this soon. You can study other questions, MCQs, videos and tests for NEET on EduRev and even discuss your questions like After birth, Erythropoiesis starts ina) Red bone marrowb) Spleenc) Kidneysd) LiverCorrect answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer? over here on EduRev! Apart from being the largest NEET community, EduRev has the largest solved Question bank for NEET.
Ask a question

Share with a friend

Forum Category

Upgrade to Infinity