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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Does cell division have the same significance in multicellular and unicellular organisms?

OpenStudy (trancenova):

Well no :) If you are a unicellular organism and you divide you now have 2 unicellular organisms - So you've reproduced. If you are a multicellular organism and one of your cells divide (which they do regularly) you are just replacing dead/damaged cells (or just growing).

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