How are unicellular organisms similar to multicellular organisms?


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2013-01-04 19:11:46
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Unicellular and multicellular organisms are both made up of cells. They both produce energy. They both need food and air to survive.


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Protists can be unicellular or in a colony of similar organisms but do not differentiate into tissues. They are eukaryotes.

Multicellular organisms are made up of many cells. Unicellular organisms are made of one cell. Multicellular organisms are Eukaryote in nature. Unicellular organisms are prokayotic in nature. Unicellular are microscopic in nature. Multicellular are macroscopic in nature.

Well, unicellular organisms have one cell, and multicellular organisms have many. Yes.

to classify unicellular and multicellular organisms.

Alligators are multicellular. Unicellular organisms are microscopic.

Organisms evolved from being unicellular to multicellular. So unicellular came first.

Unicellular organisms evolved first; and from them evolved the multicellular organisms. But that leads onto another question as to why multicellular organisms evolved.

Three differences between unicellular and multicellular organisms is that unicellular organisms are microscopic and can live in extreme temperatures. Multicellular organisms are much larger and have systems and organs.

Some types are multicellular and some are unicellular.

Multicellular organisms, of course! Unicellular organisms have one cell, so no cellular specialization.

Unicellular organisms are often times less complex or adaptive as multicellular.

protozoans are unicellular organisms

Bacteria are unicellular organisms.

Unicellular- organisms include bacteria, the most numerous organisms on Earth. Multicellular- organisms are composed of many sells and they lie

Leopards are multicellular organisms.

Monkeys are multicellular organisms.

Llamas are multicellular organisms.

Planaria are multicellular organisms

It is multicellular. Unicellular organisms are too small to see.

obviously multicellular single celled organisms such as bacteria are unicellular.

The levels in multicellular organisms are not used to describe unicellular organisms because they are not very similar to the other levels. They contain different characteristics so they need their own sub levels.

Yes by far, multicellular organisms are more advanced than unicellular organisms.

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