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5. Eukaryotic cells are more highly specialized than prokaryotic cells. Can you suggest some advantages and disadvantages of specialization?

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REVERSE : ))) Imagine if there were no eukaryotic cell, then no plants, no animals. no HUMANS, because we are also eukaryotic organization, cells>tissue>organs. Come back to the topic, prokaryotes are the simplest form of life, they may form colonies but still they are individuals...eukaryotes came to existence after prokaryotes, the life became more complex. Can you do two works at a time! yes you can because you have special organs for that. I guess you can find more details in books. Since origin of life on earth, it has always been getting more complex.

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