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Are the cells in an elephant larger than the cells in a rat?
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Very short answer question:
Are the cells in an elephant larger than the cells in a rat?

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The size of the cell is not related to the size of the animal or plant. It is not necessary that the cells of the elephant be much bigger than those of in a rat. The size of a cell is related to its function.
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