Compare the budding of unicellular and multicellular organisms, write down the conclusion.

Budding in unicellular and multicellular organisms is an asexual process, a form of asexual reproduction. But in unicellular cells, a tubercle with a nucleus is initially formed on the mother cell – the kidney, which grows and separates after reaching the required size. In multicellular, the kidney is a multicellular formation that grows and from it after a certain time a daughter organism is formed.

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