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multicellular organisms reproduce by binary fission? is it true or false?
True, most mulitcelluar organism reproduce by binary fission
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Weegy: True, most mulitcelluar organism reproduce by binary fission
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User: number the steps of the binary fission in the correct order

Weegy: Steps of binary fission are Step #1: Replication of DNA, Step #2: Growth of Cell, Step #3: Segregation of DNA, Step #4: Splitting of Cells
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