they are multicellular
The Kingdoms that are unicelllar are Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, and Fungi.
Archaebacteria is the kingdom that autotrophic multicellular organisms belong to.
The difference is the uncellular means it has no cells. Multicellular orginasms, like us, Have 2 or more cells.
The archaebacteria are unicellular.
a unicellular is a organism with one cell
Archaebacteria are unicellular and eubacteria are multicellular.
NO its unicellular
Yes they are.
All plants aremulticellular accept for algae but algae is no longer considered a plant. It is considered a fungi. So YES plants are multicellular organisms but some people would say that they are both multicellular and unicellular. IT'S A GREAT DEBATE!!!
The organisms in archaebacteria is methanogens,halophiles and thermoacidophiles.
Multicellular of course, as are all in the animalia kingdom. Animals are made up of organs and the organs are made up of many cells.
Mushrooms are multicellular organisms
ten multicellular organisms
I think it is a unicellular.
Multicellular life forms
There are many examples of multicellular organisms. Us humans are multicellular, animals are multicellular. Smaller organisms are unicells.