nucleus 6-11%: vacuole(s) 3–14%: mitochondria and lipid bodies 1–2% %
||Budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
||Uchida M, Sun Y, McDermott G, Knoechel C, Le Gros MA, Parkinson D, Drubin DG, Larabell CA. Quantitative analysis of yeast internal architecture using soft X-ray tomography. Yeast. 2011 Mar28(3):227-36. doi: 10.1002/yea.1834. p.231 left column top paragraphPubMed ID21360734
||Abstract: "[Researchers] used soft X-ray tomography (SXT) a high-resolution, quantitative imaging technique to measure cell size and organelle volumes in yeasts." P.230 right column bottom paragraph: "The average cytosolic volume (Figure 2C) was calculated by combining the cell wall/membrane volume with the total volume of segmented organelles and then subtracting this combined volume from the total cell volume."
||P.231 left column top paragraph: "On
average, the nucleus occupied 6–11% of cell volume: the nucleolus occupied 20% of the nucleus: vacuole(s) occupied 3–14% of the cell and mitochondria
and lipid bodies occupied 1–2% of the
cell (Figure 3): therefore, the cytosol, other nonsegmented organelles, large macromolecular complexes, such as the ribosomes, and the cytoskeleton
occupy the remaining 70% of cell volume."