How many times larger than a red blood cell is an egg cell?

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Red blood cell: Is disc­shaped with a di­am­e­ter of about 0.007 mm. The cell's func­tion is to bind oxy­gen in the lungs and carry it to other cells. Egg cell: With a di­am­e­ter of about 0.12 mm, it is one of the largest cells of the body. It is the size of a sand grain and vis­i­ble to the naked eye.

Di­am­e­ter, red blood cell: Some 0.007 mm

Di­am­e­ter, egg cell: Some 0.12 mm

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