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The final shape of the cell results largely from the interplay of forces (internal osmotic pressure and external pressure from neighbouring cells) during enlargement to its final size. g. g. in apple) of the total volume of the tissue. In apple, the biggest intercellular spaces are actually larger than the surrounding parenchyma cells. The cells of mature parenchymatous tissues are generally between about 50 μ and 300 μ in diameter, though exceptionally large cells up to 1 mm in diameter have been found in particular cases.