Which cells in the blood do not have a nucleus?

Which cells in the blood do not have a nucleus?
(A) Lymphocyte
(B) Monocyte
© Erythrocyte
(D) Basophil
(E) Neutrophil

As red blood cells contain no nucleus, protein biosynthesis is currently assumed to be absent in these cells. Because of the lack of nuclei and organelles, mature red blood cells do not contain DNA and cannot synthesize any RNA, and consequently cannot divide and have limited repair capabilities.