A cell is described as the smallest, basic unit of life in charge of all the processes of life.
- The Cerebellum’s Granule Cell is the smallest cell in the human body that is between 4 micrometers to 4.5 micrometers long.
- The RBC ‘s size also found roughly 5 micrometers.
- Most scientists suggest that sperm is the smallest cell in terms of volume. Sperm cell head measures about 4 micrometers in length, just slightly smaller than a red blood cell (RBCs)
- The largest cell is an ostrich egg, it is about 15cm to 18 cm long and wide.