Question #12f1a

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Answer:

No, all unicellular organisms are not reproduced by binary fission. In symbiotic relation, both partners are benefited.

Explanation:

  1. All the unicellular organisms are not reproduced by binary fission. There are some examples of unicellular alga, which never show binary fission mode of reproduction. We can cite the example of Chlorella.
  2. In the symbiotic relation, both partners are benefited from each other. Rhizobium provides nitrogen to the pulses plants, while pulses plants provide food to the Rhizobium.
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