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2015-07-05T05:07:57+05:30
IT NOT NEED TO BE TRUE. THE BIGGER ONION CELL MAY ALSO HAVE THE SAME SIZE OF CELL AS COMPARED WITH THE SMALL ONION. THIS COULD BE UNDERSTOOD WITH THE HELP OF AN EXAMPLE. WHEN TALK ABOUT THE CELL OF AN ELEPHANT AND A RAT BOTH HAVE GOT SAME SIZE OF CELL BUT WHAT DISTINGUISHES IS THE NUMBER OF THESE CELLS. WHERE THE ELEPHANT HAS GOT MORE CELLS AND RAT HAS LIMITED NO. OF CELLS.... HOPE MY ANSWER HELPED UUU...
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2015-07-05T12:53:03+05:30
No, the bigger onion does not have larger cells as compared to the smaller onion. Every cell is measured in microns, which range from one-tenth to one-thousand part of a milimetre.
The ratio of the number of cells gradually increases with an increase in size. A bigger onion has more cells as compared to the smaller onion.
The smallness of cell provides more surface area per unit volume. A small cell is more efficient than a larger one.
so, the cells are not larger in bigger onions as compared to smaller onions.

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