What is a benefit of being multicellular?
You can do more tasks such as digest food.
The advantages of being a multicellular are as follows: 1. If the bonds from the eukaryotic cell travel to another cell's part, the multicellular "army" can fight off the bacteria entering, and 2. If the cell membrane breaks the multicellular parts which are not being used will be taken the place of the cell membrane.
Bigger organisms get to eat smaller organisms, so there is some usefulness in being big, and you can't get very big without having more than one cell. From my perspective as a multicellular human being, it is good to be multicellular because it creates the possibility of intelligence and all that comes with it. The richness of human civilization would not exist without multicellular organisms.
We need to be multicellular, because we need all the different types of cells for what our body's systems do. Being multicellular gives humans more capabilities that other organisms might not be able to do. Humans would not be built the same way that we are now if we were not multicellular, we would have a lot less functions.
Into which group would you place a multicellular organism that has a mouth and lives inside the human liver?
three benefits of being multicellular? oh that's easy... you have more cells, you have a more ridged structure and u produce more energy than being unicellular?! ok dont take answers from this one but every body else might actually not be doing homework and trying to figure the fudgin questin out too...
Multicellular organisms are able to do lots of other things because they are made up of different kinds of cells. Having many different cells that are specialized for specific jobs allows multicellular organisms to perform more functions than unicellular organisms. they also allow us to have a longer lifespan. than multicellular organisms http://sciencefun4all.net/Life_Sci/03Cells_CellsInAction/JournalTopics/Multicellular.html