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How are unicellular organisms similar to multicellular organisms?


Question asked by: BioCraze

Asked on: 14 Oct 2008

The contents of the cell are usually similar and their roles - the nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane - DNA, RNA and so on, the processes and functions of the parts inside the uni and multicelled organism are extremely similar due to their common ancestors.
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Replied at: 19 Oct 2008
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