Are unicellular organisms in multicellular organisms?
Well, unicellular organisms have one cell, and multicellular organisms have many. Yes. ...
Asked in Biology
How are unicellular organisms different from multicellular organisms?
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. ...
Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Genetics
What does unicellular and multicellular organisms have in common?
They both carry out the same basic processes of life; the need to digest food, respiration, excretion, mobility. ...
Asked in Science
Do all kingdoms include some unicellular organisms?
Not all kingdoms include unicellular organisms. The kingdoms that do not have unicellular organisms include the plantae and animalia kingdom. ...
Asked in Digestive System
How does a unicellular organism obtain food digest its food and turn the food into energy?
No, see as the unicellular organism digest the food it turns it into energy, ...
Asked in Microbiology, Genetics, Creation, Evolution
Which evolved first Unicellular organisms or multicellular organisms?
Answer 1 Unicellular organism evolved first. Answer 2 Both unicellular and unicellular organisms had been created in the meantime by God on the creation of earth. These organisms; by God will; had been evolved to be adapted to nature. ...