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Are plants uncellular or multicellular?
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!!! ...
Is a plant unicellular or multicellular?
Plants can be both multicellular and unicellular. Most plants are multicellular, and by most I mean that any which have leaves, stems, roots, flowers. There are a few unicellular plants, but these are small little things, for example the green layer you might find in pond water. ...