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    Marvella Gloster United States of America CAN THE SMALL ORGANISMS HAVE A HIGHER SURFACE AREA TO VOLUME RATIO CELLS?
    2015-05-10 12:05:51

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    Marvella Gloster United States of America LARGER ORGANISMS TEND TO HAVE LOWER SURFACE AREA TO VOLUME RATIOS
    2015-05-10 12:05:23

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    Carol Cooper Canada what is the difference between area and volume?
    2014-12-18 20:12:53

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      Abdul Hakeem Ghana area is the space occupied by a flat or plane figure and volume is the space occupied by matter i.e the space occupied by any thing that has mass.
      2014-12-21 18:12:34
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    Carol Cooper Canada The ratio of a surface is (Sa) volume(V) this is very important because it let you know if the supply is greater than the demand. A low volume ratio will tell you that the cell is unable to supply nutrients to remove wastes fast enough to meet the needs.
    2014-12-18 20:12:59

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    Muzafar Iqbal Pakistan what is the relation between area and volume?
    2014-09-29 22:09:25

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    ERIC RETTERER United States of America Are larger cells older then smaller cells?
    2014-06-13 22:06:25

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