Why is there a need for a transport system in a multicellular organism?

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Multicellular organisms are typically much larger in size and are more complex than unicellular organisms. For example, human beings, plants, cats, etc. are all multicellular life forms and are more complex than a unicellular life form such as bacteria, etc. Unicellular organisms, because...

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