One benefit of being a large organism is that you have a. larger cells.                          c. simpler functions.  b. fewer problems.                   d.  only one kind of cell. 

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There are several benefits of being a large organism, but none of them are listed among the four choices. Lets look at them one by one.

a) large cells: its true that eukaryotic cells are larger in size as compared to prokaryotic cells. Eukaryotic cells make up large organisms (such as animals and plants), whereas the prokaryotic cells make up single celled organisms (Such as bacteria). However, the cell size does not generally increase as the organisms become larger. Cells have to exchange...

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