The division of labour seen in cells. Explain

Asked by jiyapatel9909 | 27th May, 2022, 02:19: PM

Expert Answer:

Multicellular organisms are made up of millions and trillions of cells. All these cells perform specific functions. All the cells specialised for performing similar functions are grouped together as tissues in the body. Hence, a particular function is carried out by a group of cells at a definite place in the body. Similarly, different functions are carried out by different groups of cells in an organism and this is known as the division of labour in multicellular organisms. Division of labour allows all bodily functions to be well executed and ensures proper survival of an organism.

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 27th May, 2022, 05:14: PM

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