Scientists have found 350 gene families in a single-cell organism which were once thought to be exclusive to multicellular organisms. According to this video from Science, Choanoflagellates, similar in shape to specialized cells from sponges, seem to already possess the genes necessary for the jump to a multicellular organism.


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