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xchange processes in the body

Asked by deni74 | Oct 13, 2007 | GCSE Level > Biology > Coursework
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deni74 asks:

does the parasite ,trypanosome, need special adaptations to increasets surface to volume ratio and state reasns why?

etutor answers:

No, it does not. A single celled organisms has a very small volume indeed so it naturally has a high surface area to volume ratio without any special adaptations.

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