Is slime mold unicellular or multicellular?
Slime mold is one of the most interesting protozoa. Every single cell in a slime mold is, in and of itself, a fully functioning microorganism, and each cell could thrive on its own. Yet, when many of these cells come together, they start acting like a single organism. They work together to move and find food. So the truth, is that a slime mold is multi-cellular, but it is not a single living breathing organism like a fungus.
Slime mold can be unicellular or multicellular
Slime molds are multinucleated cellular organisms .
Slime mold is a multicellular organism. Its cells do have nuclei.
It is multicellular
Bread mould is multicellular.
No molds are not unicellular. They are multi-cellular and live in the colonies. No, mold (or mould, if you are east of the pond) is multicellular.
Most protists are unicellular. Protists such as algae and slime molds can be either multicellular or unicellular.
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Plasmodium, from the genus plasmodium, as in those organisms which cause Malaria are unicellular organisms. Plasmodium, as in part of the life cycle of a slim mold, can be either acellular, in which multiple nuclei are encased by a single membrane, making them "unicellular" or they can be cellular, in which they have multiple cells and in a way are "multicellular." So they techincally can be both depending on the type of slim mold.
Amoeba is Unicellular , & can also be a multicellular they are unicellular and multicellular. and i dint know why.
Both. There are unicellular fungi, like Saccharomyces cerevisae, the yeast used to fermentate sugars and produce beer, bread and wine. Moreover, there are multicellular fungi, like Agaricus bisporus, the Parisian mushroom, widely spread in food cravings. Unicellular fungi holds all yeasts, molds and some slime molds. Multicellular fungi holds mushrooms, toadstools, earthballs, some molds and some slime molds.
They technically are unicellular, because each cell performs the basic functions for life. They might be looked upon as multicellular, because they are always found in visible groups, and they seem to be working together as if they were unified as one organism.
they are unicellular and multicellular
Fungi can be multicellular or unicellular.
unicellular but sometimes multicellular
is zygomycota - unicellular or multicellular
Both slime molds and ciliates belong to the protists group. Ciliates are single-celled and slime molds have a complex life cycle during the course of which they go through unicellular, multicellular, funguslike (form spores) and protozoanlike (amoeboid) stages.
In a multicellular organism, a grouping of cells forms tissue which forms an organ. If we are talking about unicellular organisms, then they just form slime, as a group.
Protists include a variety of unicellular, coenocytic, colonial, and multicellular organisms, such as protozoans, slime molds, brown algae, and red algae.
Multicellular. All animals are multicellular. There is no such thing as a unicellular animal.
Multicellular and unicellular are different because multicellular have more than one cell but a unicellular has only one cell.
Alligators are multicellular. Unicellular organisms are microscopic.
things that unicellular and multicellular are the same
Some fungi are unicellular and some are multicellular.
to classify unicellular and multicellular organisms.
Most are multicellular, but some are unicellular
Gloeocapsa are not multicellular. They give off the illusion of being multicellular, but are actually unicellular.
Some types are multicellular and some are unicellular.
Algae can be unicellular or multicellular, depending on what type of algae it is.
Green Algae is both unicellular and multicellular
Both, some are multicellular, and some are unicellular.
both! some species are unicellular some are multicellular
If we compare unicellular and multicellular organisms, then it is obvious that multicellular ones are better and more complex
They are primarily unicellular, but in rare cases they are multicellular, e.g. , myxobacteria have multicellular stages in their life.
Protista are both unicellular and multicellular. The unicellular Protista include eukaryotes while multicellular ones include bacteria and other diverse species.
Organisms evolved from being unicellular to multicellular. So unicellular came first.
Unicellular is one cell while multicellular is many cells. An example of a unicellular organism is a elephant.
is a lion a multicellular or unicellular I believe that it is multicellular like all eukaryotes hope this helps! from sjblfamily
Correction, the previous answer was incorrect. They are multicellular. Unicellular are single celled and Multicellular multiple cells.
It is neither multicellular nor unicellular because it is a virus.
obviously multicellular single celled organisms such as bacteria are unicellular.
Bacteria are usually unicellular. Fungi can be multicellular or unicellular.
Majority of bacteria are unicellular while some may be multicellular
multicellular, plants can be both, unicellular and multicellullar
Plants are multicellular, although some fungi are unicellular.
It is multicellular. Unicellular organisms are too small to see.
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.
They are unicellular