A cell is described as the smallest, basic unit of life in charge of all the processes of life. Cells are the fundamental unit of life. The cell is the structural and building block of life. All living organisms in this universe are made up of cells. They are either unicellular or multicellular.
Cerebellum’s Granule Cell is the smallest cell in the human body.
Listed below are the features of the smallest cell in the human body
- The Cerebellum’s Granule Cell is the smallest cell in the human body that is between 4 micrometres to 4.5 micrometres long.
- The RBC‘s size also found roughly 5 micrometres.
- Most scientists suggest that sperm is the smallest cell in terms of volume. Sperm cell head measures about 4 micrometres in length, just slightly smaller than a red blood cell (RBCs).