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Message 12 of 450 (429172)
10-18-2007 5:58 PM
Reply to: Message 11 by Medis
10-18-2007 5:48 PM

Re: Complexity of an organism
I mean can't you say that a multicellular organism is more complex than a single-celled organism?

Sure, you can say it. But what does it mean?

Edited by Chiroptera, : No reason given.

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