largest cell on Earth?

Karl Roberts kr1 at PGSTUMAIL.PG.CC.MD.US
Tue Feb 18 13:13:11 EST 1997

Dear Kevin,
	I'm not sure, but check into acellular slime molds (myxomycota). 
These are multinucleate, monostromatic, and can get quite large.

On Sun, 16 Feb 1997, Kevin Shreder 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.
> Thanks
> Kevin Shreder, Ph.D.
> kshreder at ucsd.edu

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