We know that individual muscles cells can either be fully active to their greatest potential or completely off, there's no such thing as partial activation.
We also know that strength training recruits more muscle fibers at a time depending on the force needed, that's why larger muscles are usually stronger, think glutes vs biceps.
Muscle growth usually happens by muscle cells getting bigger from being put under tension.
So my question is : Do big muscle cells output more force than small muscle cells or are they just more resistant to stress?
This is not related to other questions like ''how does muscle size relate to strength'' or ''are bigger muscles stronger'' because those questions are usually about the entire muscles, while this one is about the individual muscle cells and anyway most of the answers are just ''reps in the range of X build strength and reps in the range of X build muscle''.