Largest animal cell is ostrich egg cell and it is 170×135 micrometers. Plant : Biologists used the world's largest single-celled organism, an aquatic alga called Caulerpa taxifolia. It is a single cell that can grow to a length of six to twelve inches.
So, what is the largest cell in the animal kingdom?
What is the biggest cell in the animal world? Short answer: the unfertilized whale shark ovum (egg cell) — by far. Many sources claim that the unfertilized ostrich egg is the “largest known cell.” This is not true: it is only the largest bird's egg cell. The whale shark egg is considerably larger.
Similarly, which is the smallest animal cell?
The shortest known sperm belongs to a parasitoid wasp called Cotesia congregata. Its sperm is less than 7 μm (0.0007cm) long and by volume or weight the smallest animal cell I have heard of. It is far smaller than mycoplasma.
Which is largest plant cell?
The largest plant cells are the xylem cells. Xylem is the tissue in a plant that is like the plant's "blood vessels".
What is the largest cell in the female body?