Give scientific reason. Cell division is one of the very important properties of cells and living organisms. - Science and Technology 2

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Give scientific reason.

Cell division is one of the very important properties of cells and living organisms.

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  1. Cell division is the property due to which a new organism (unicellular) is formed from an existing one.
  2. In the case of multicellular organisms, the growth of the organisms is dependent on cell division.
  3. It is also essential for the restoration of the emaciated body.
  4. Cell division is an important aspect of wound healing, formation of blood cells, and other such important life processes.

Hence, cell division is one of the important properties of cells and living organisms.

Concept: Formation of ATP
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Chapter 2: Life Processes in Living Organisms Part - 1 - Give scientific reasons

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Chapter 2 Life Processes in Living Organisms Part - 1
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Chapter 2 Life Processes in living organisms Part -1
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