why do multicellular organisms need to use more complex ways of reproduction?

Asked by  | 10th Jan, 2013, 05:32: PM

Expert Answer:

Complex multicellular organisms are not a random collection of cells. In them, cells are organised into specialised groups/tissues, organs and/or systems, each of which occupy specific locations in the body. In such an organised condition, cell-by-cell division would be impossible. Hence multicellular organisms need complex methods of reproduction.

Answered by  | 11th Jan, 2013, 09:55: AM

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