The smaller a cell is, the greater the ration of Surface Area to Volume.
As the cell size increases, the ratio of surface area to volume decreases. Volume will increase rapidly while surface area increases slowly.
Cells must maintain a balance between surface area and volume because the amount of surface area determines how much food it can take in and how much waste it can remove. The greater the surface area, the longer it can survive.
Consider a cube measuring 1'x1'x1'. it has a surface are of 6 and a volume of 1 giving it a ration of 1:6. Now imagine doubling all those measurements making a cube 2'x2'x2'. This cube would have a surface area of 30 and a volume of 8 giving this larger cube a ratio of 1:3.75. As the cube gets bigger the volume increases faster then the surface are does. This same concept can be applied to cells which need a large surface area compared to their volume so that molecules and nutrients can be effectively diffused to all parts of the cell from outside.
1. Clumping of the cells (due to not mixing solution enough)2. Mistake in counting i.e not counting cells on borders or counting those on the outer borders which results in counting too many. Not counting all the cells due to incorrect contrast.
Cells would be Hypertonic, they would appear small and shrug due to a process called crenation.
It is difficult to see detail in cells and tissues due to their microscopic size. This problem can be alleviated with the use of microscope, although certain structures may need a very high magnification and staining to be able to make out clearly.
Growth of an organism is characterized by an increase in the size of its body. This occurs due to accumulation of food substances in the cells which in turn increases the volume of the protoplasm in the cells. This increase in volume of cells results in growth. However, its necessary to understand the fact that cells do not increase in their volume indefinitely. After a considerable period of time they divide into two through processes such as mitosis. These divided cells again increase in volume and redivide after they become large. Bassicaly, the organism eats and gets nutrients from what it eats which causes it to grow.
its the sliding friction.
Ratios are imperative in cooking. This is due to making the proper balance of ingredients that won't throw the recipe off.
It depends on what process is changing the volume. For example: the volume of fluid in a displacement experiment, or change in volume due to thermal expansion, or change in volume due to gravitational collapse (as in a dying star).
The difference may be due to the thickness of the can.
It might, but that would likely not be from creation of new red blood cells, but by reduction of the overall blood volume through dehydration from fever or gastrointestinal symptoms from the flu. With dehydration/blood volume depletion, the blood cell counts per volume measurement (e.g., like parts per billion) on blood testing may show higher than usual red blood cells due to this factor. White blood cells are more likely to be impacted than red blood cells in otherwise healthy adults.
The bursting of cells due to osmosis is known as cytolysis
Cells release Carbon Dioxide. This is due to respiration.