On what factors do shape and size of cell depend?

The shape and size of cell depends on the function it performs. For example, RBCs are designed in such a way that they have to carry oxygen in the bound form with haemoglobin. Nucleus occupies adequate space in the cell. So, RBCs do not have nucleus in order to accommodate more haemoglobin to carry oxygen. 

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