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The body of sponges does not possess tissue level of organisation though it is made of thousands of cells. Comment.
Most of the multicellular organisms possess specialized or advanced tissue level but sponges have a cellular tissue level. Their tissue organization is simple and each cell functions independently. They are loose cell aggregates although some specialized functions are carried out with division of labour among the cells. They do not form tissues and their bodies perforated which allows water to pass through them easily.
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