typically 300nm-1µm: in late log/early stationary phase of growth 350-450nm
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||P.4 left column bottom paragraph: "Lipid droplet structure: LDs isolated from yeast are rather homogeneous in size, ranging from typically 300 nm (in late log phase) to 1 µm (in stationary phase) in diameter. In the late log/early stationary phase of growth, the majority of LDs fall into a rather narrow 350- to 450-nm size range, largely independent of their lipid composition (primary source)."