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Although it is generally the case that biological cells are too small to be seen at all without a microscope, there are exceptions as well as considerable range in the sizes of various cell types. Eukaryotic1 cells are typically 10 times the size of prokaryotic cells (these cell types are discussed in this book). Plant cells are on average some of the largest cells, probably because in many plant cells the inside is mostly a water filled vacuole. So, you ask, what are the relative sizes of biological molecules and cells?

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