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Q: What are some ways individual cells in an organism use energy?
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Why are colonial organisms not multicellular?

Colonial organisms have some of the same characteristics of multicellular organisms. The difference between a multicellular organism and a colonial organism is that individual organisms from a colony can survive on their own, while cells from a multicellular organism cannot.


An organism whose cells lack a nucleus and some other cell structures?

An organism whose cells lack a nucleus and some other cell structures is called a prokaryotic organism. If the cells had a nucleus then the organism would be eukaryotic.


How is some cells not an organism?

cells are single units that do the same thing. an organism is a group of DIFFERENT cells all working together to do a certain task more complex


The only haploid cells in an organism are .?

It has to be defined what organism. Anyway, in human, the only haploid cells are spermatozoons, oocytes, and some of their developmental stages.


What kind of organism is endodermis?

It is not an organism. It is a layer of cells in the cortex of a root or some stems. As such it is a tissue.


What organisms use cellular respiration to make energy?

The energy stored from organic compounds is released by any organism that participates in cellular respiration. This process will be either fragmentation or oxidization


How is radiation associated with mutation?

Mutation is alteration of the genetic material. Radiation has some energy and when an individual is exposed to the radiation is penetrates through the cells making up our body causing them to heat up. This heating up destroys the DNA in the cell and this in long run produces mutation in an organism.


How many cells can organism have?

There isn't a strict limit. At some point an organism may become simply too large to maintain itself but the exact number of cells such an organism might have is incalculable.


How many cells does a multi-cellular organism have?

There isn't a strict limit. At some point an organism may become simply too large to maintain itself but the exact number of cells such an organism might have is incalculable.


Which organism can convert light energy into chemical energy?

Plants photosynthesize. There are some non-plant species who've photosynthetic organelles within their cells, likely to have originated by the endocytosis of photosynthetic microorganisms (similar to the origin of mitochondria).Autotrophs


Why is a cell considered as a living unit?

Cells are the smallest unit of life. Cells make tissues, tissues make organs and organs make organisms (animals and such)


What are cells functions?

The cell serves as the smallest functional unit of an organism. Some of its functions include: protein and lipid synthesis, transport and storage and the production of energy through cellular respiration.