Colonial , Biology

1. The level of organization intermediate between unicellular and the multicellular - organisms are composed of multiple cells but these fail to exhibit specialization of those cells. For instance: Volvox, a colonial alga.
2. The term applied to organisms which occur in the fixed regions, with one generation growing atop previous generations, as in the coral reefs.

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