Why Are There Upper and Lower Limits to Cell Size?

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The reason there are upper and lower limits to cell size is due to the components that live in the cell. The cell has to be large enough for the components to live but not to big that diffusion would not meet the cells needs.
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There is a lower size limit to a cell because a cell has to be able to fit all of the cell parts in. There is an upper cell size limit because if the cell was too big, it would lose
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Cells are limited in size to maximize efficiency. If they were larger, the organelles inside would have a hard time transporting materials within the cell.
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Cell size has a lower limit because all of the various organelles
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