In article <330797B1.4712 at znet.com>, Kevin Shreder <kshreder at znet.com> wrote:
>Does anyone know what the largest cell on Earth is? Is it an ovum, nerve cell or a microbe?
>Also what species does it belong to?
>>Please email me with any answers you might have.
>Kevin Shreder, Ph.D.
>kshreder at ucsd.edu
Isn't it an ostrich egg? It's pretty big and has DNA etc.
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