Are cells all the same size?

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    Cells differ in size according to their respective functions. Human cells are a good example of the way in which cell size can differ. Ova, or egg cells, are the largest type of human cell. They’re typically .15 to .2 mm in size, rendering them barely visible to the naked eye. Ova are several times larger than sperm, the male reproductive cells. Skin cells are smaller than egg cells, but larger than sperm and red blood cells.

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