What Is a Limiting Factor to Cell Size?

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A cells' surface area to volume ratio limits its size. In a cell, surface area to volume ratio is the general outlook, amount of cell membrane size and internal cellular space. The larger the cell membrane, the lower the limiting factors to cell size and vice versa.
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