Which is the Largest Cell in The Human Body?

By Sakshi Yadav|Updated : August 5th, 2022

The largest cell in the human body (ovum) is the Egg cell which is 20 times larger than sperm cells and has a diameter of roughly 0.1 millimeters. Egg cells are also known as reproductive cells in the female body. Cells are in many shapes and sizes because of the different functions performed by different cells.

Summary:

Which is the Largest Cell in The Human Body?

 The largest cell in the human body is the female ovum whereas the smallest cell is male gametes, that is, sperm.

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