The surface area to volume ratio is a k… Show more can i h

The surface area to volume ratio is a k… Show more can i have help answering these please I already have part A The surface area to volume ratio is a key concept that we have discussed severaltimes in this class. Please answer the following: a. What happens to the surface area to volume ratio as a cell or organism gets larger? b.In comparison to prokaryotes, how do eukaryotes deal with the SA:V problem thatthey encounter? c. Describe one example of a system/mechanism that works well in a smaller organismthat would not work well in a comparable larger organism: d. In humans, provide 2 examples of structural adaptations that work to alleviate thesurface area to volume ratio problem discussed in part a. • Show less

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