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A cell can only grow so large in size, because A. its surface-to-volume ratio decreases as the cell becomes smaller. B. its surface-to-volume ratio decreases as the cell becomes larger. C. its ability to exchange materials would happen more quickly as the cell grows. D. its ability to exchange materials is affected by a growing surface-to-volume ratio. Mark for review (Will be highlighted on the review page)
A cell can only grow so large in size, because it's surface to volume ratio decreases as the cell becomes larger.
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A cell can only grow so large in size, because it's surface to volume ratio decreases as the cell becomes larger.
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