A monotonic increasing series.
Largest and smallest are both size descriptors so you have to look at their size before putting them in the order of largest to smallest. It's the only way to do it.
AsiaAfricaNorth AmericaSouth AmericaAntarcticaEuropeAustralia
cell, nucleus, chromosome, DNA, nucleotide
AsiaAfricaNorth AmericaSouth AmericaAntarcticaEuropeAustralia.
The four inner planets in order of size from SMALLEST to LARGEST are Mercury, Mars, Venus, and Earth.
The order of size from the smallest to the largest is asteroids and moon, planet, star, solar system, galaxy, universe.
There are millions and billions of them.In fact, there are an infinite number of them.Here are ten, arranged in order of size from smallest to largest, to get you started:0.710.720.7210.72110.7290.72990.730.740.7400000000010.74000000001
Cell, nucleus, chromosome, DNA, nucleotide
i think its nucleus and chromosome and a gene that are arranged for largest to smallest.
For a list of all major deserts arranged in order of size, see the link below.
Brazil is the largest country listed. Next in order of size is Columbia. Ecuador is the smallest of the three countries.
the planets in order from smallest to largest
viruses, fungi, bacteria
From largest to smallest: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia.
California is the largest by population, and the third largest by size. Wyoming is the smallest by population, and the fortieth smallest by size.
From Largest to Smallest: Pacific Ocean Atlantic Ocean Indian Ocean Arctic Ocean
Chromosomes are arranged and numbered by size, from largest to smallest. A karyotype is a helpful way of seeing the characteristics of the chromosomes.
The list of oceans, in order of smallest to largest appears below:Arctic OceanIndian OceanAtlantic OceanPacific Ocean
list celestial bodies from smallest to largest star asteroid planet meteroid galaxy
In terms of orbits, Neptune has the largest and Mercury the smallest. In terms of planet size: Jupiter (largest), Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Earth, Venus, Mars and Mercury (smallest).
The eight major planets, in order from largest to smallest, are:JupiterSaturnUranusNeptuneEarthVenusMarsMercury
Ranked from Largest to Smallest they are:HawaiiMauiOahuKauaiMolokaiLanaiNiihau andKahoolawe.