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Seaweed and bacteria have different cell structures How do the cellular structures of seaweed differ from that of bacteria?

A. Bacteria are made up of specialized cells.

B. Bacteria cells are larger than seaweed cells.

C. Seaweed have systems, while bacteria do not.

D. Seaweed are multicellular, while bacteria are not.

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  1. Jhace
    D) Seaweed are multicellular, bacteria are not
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