What is the average size of an animal cell?
The typical animal cell is between 10 and 100 micro meters. However, muscle cells can be as large as 100 um by 30 cm!
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The average size of a plant cell is 10-100 micrometers. That's 0.01 - 0.1 millimeters
The average size of a human cell varies quite a lot. a single nerve cell can be up to a meter long while a cheek cell averages about 50 micrometers or .05 mm. the average cell… though is between 10 micrometers and 100 micrometers
Usually 10 Micrometers.
well it depends on what can of cell i know that it is a animal cell but not every body cell is not the same size.. well it depends on what can of cell i know that it is a ani…mal cell but not every body cell is not the same size..
ACTUALLLY, YES THERE IS A FEW ANIMALS THAT ARE THE SIZE OF A HUMANS HEAD.
Most viruses which have been studied have a diameter between 10 and 300 nanometers.
Animal cell Ranges from 10 TO 30 MICROMETER wide. (Good luck)
The average size of a Protista cell is between 10 and 100 micrometers. A Protista cell is a classification of organisms thatinclude both single and multicellular organisms.
A typical cell mass is 1 nanogram, but all cells are different sizes and masses. For example, the largest known cell is that of an unfertilized ostrich egg cell. The smallest …knwon independent cell is that of Nanoarchaeum equitans.
Cell (per side) 50 um . Nucleus (diameter) 7 um . Cell membrane 7 nm thick . Endoplasmic reticulum .2 um, each layer (.1 umbetween) . Golgi complex 7 nm thick, each l…ayer . Ribosomes 30 nm in diameter . Nucleolus 2.5 um in diameter . Cell wall 2 um thick . Mitochondria 1 x 3 um . Lysosomes (diameter) 1 um . Vacuoles (diameter) 3 um
Based on shear biomass the average size of ocean animals is actually quite small since diatoms, krill and similar organisms make up the highest percentage of the ocean biomass….
A normal cell is about 0.02 of a millimetre (0.02mm) in diameter. (Small distances like this are normally expressed in micrometres or microns (Î¼m). Note there are 1000 Î¼…ms in every mm).