Is egg cell unicellular?
yes, an egg cell is a unicellular cell
Unicellular cells are cells that only have one cell. They can be as large as an egg in fact an egg is a Unicellular cell. Other unicellular cells include Euglena, Paramecium and Amoeba. As for Multicellular cells they are things that could be found usually in animals or plants like your red or white blood cells their are thousands of them if you want to find more info on multicellular cells look on google.
Arthropods are multicellular. Unicellular means it only has one cell. An example of an arthropod is a lobster. It has antennae, claws, eyes, legs, a large thorax, a hard outer skeleton, and a tail. It couldn't have all those if it was only made up of one cell. An example of a unicellular organism is a chicken egg.