The normal value of a pus cell is 5 to 8 in males and up to 10 per high power field for women. A high power field refers to the visibility of pus on a slide viewed by a microscope at approximately 500X. More »

The fluid inside a cell is the cytoplasm. It can also be referred to as the protoplasm or the cytosol. The cytoplasm of the cell suspends all of the important organelles of the cell, including the mitochondria, the endop... More »

Animal eggs consist of only one cell, making them the largest cells produced by a species. The largest cell in the world is the ostrich egg, while female eggs are the largest cell in the human body. More »

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As of 2005, the smallest known cell to man is the SAR11 micro-organism, according to Red Orbit. The SAR11 cell measures a mere 1 micron in length. More »