hematopoietic cells ~60%: adipocytes ~40% %
||Human Homo sapiens
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||P.1912 right column top paragraph: "The red marrow appears red due to the presence of hemoglobin. It represents the hematopoietic portion of the bone marrow, with roughly 60% hematopoietic cells and 40% adipocytes. Its fat fraction increases with age, from 40% in infants to 60% by age 70 years (primary source)."