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The cells of multicellular organisms are

a.

smaller than those of unicellular organisms.

b.

simpler than those of unicellular organisms.

c.

specialized to perform different tasks.

d.

not dependent on one another.

Answers (1)
  1. Semya
    The answer is C because more cells = more specialization
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