What does Multi-celled organism mean?
an organism with many cells. another word for multicelled is multicellular. Its more complex.
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Giraffe weevils are multicelled organisms - a type of insect.
to repair cell tissue
A heterotroph is an organism that requires other organism to survive. Multicellular organisms have more than one cell. So being multicellular and heterotroph means that the organism is multicelled and depends on other organisms to survive.
Yes. Pretty much any multicelled organism will be eukaryotic.
What involves the movement of materials inside the cell as well as movement between parts of a multicelled organism?
biosphere ecosystem community population multicelled organism organ system tissue cell organelle molecule atom subatomic particle
monera is a single-celled organism. it is very simple and small e.g. bacteria and cyanbacteria
Sponges are commonly referred as an organism, because it is made up of more than one cell. Microorganisms normally only have one cell, single-celled organism, so a sponge would be a multicelled organism, or just a normal organism.,
The smallest multi-celled organism in the world is C. elegans. It has 959 somatic cells and is a few millimeters in length. It has an estimated 17,800 genes which is about half the amount of genes in a human.
Organisms can range being singled (unicellular) to the Earth's largest mammals. Furthermore, you can have organisms within organism such as unicellular healthy gut bacteria living in complex multicelled humans. Moreover, the human immune system is composed of single celled organisms of Killer T-Cells showing a multicelled organism can be further made of unicellular organisms also.
Not really. Organisms are either one celled or multicelled. Tri-cells can be formed by uni celled organisms for reproduction.
Digestion differs in single than it does in multicelled animals. Multicelled animals have much more complex breakdown processes than single.
Why are living things as different as single celled amoebas and multicelled humans both considered to be organismes?
They are both living and an organism must contain at least one cell.
What is used to provide support in plants for cells in multicelled organisms
Is skin singled celled or multi celled organisms Please help me my science teacher would be mad if i don't get the answer soon?
Erm...skin is an organ, not an organism, first of all, and multicelled as well.
First of all DNA is not a cell. Second of all if DNA was all the same then we would also be the same in thought, apearance, and function. The only time DNA is the same is when it makes up a multicelled organism (or if a Organism is cloned or for a spieces of unicelluar organisms). This was explained by a seven year old,
It multicelled because it fits into the bacteria kingdom
either they are unicellular, or they are multicellular without specialized tissues.
The chlorophyta and rhodophtya multicelled seaweed of the oceans.
a living organism is just a living thing!
The organism lives off of one cell
A Mullticellular organism is an organism consisting multiple cells.
Rotifers are multicelled like any human being
mean cells that work to gether
If by organism you mean cell, then red blood cells.
a group of cells with the same specific, specialised function is a tissue, like muscles, bones. a group of tissue iss is organs and a group of organs is a system. so yeah, most cells in our body form tissues, as we are a multicelled, specialized organism.
It's the organism that causes something; for example, the causative organism for a staph infection is a type of bacterium.
because it is the cell wall
An organism who gets taken over by another organism.
Why are living things as different as single-celled amoebas and multicelled humans both considered to be organisms?
living things as different a single celled amoebas and multivalued humans both considered are both living and an organism must contain at least some Tye of living things.
If you mean that an organism has no genetic similarly to any other living organism, then you have a new species.
Autotroph- an organism that can produce its own food Heterotroph- an organism that uses food produced by another organism(autotroph)
Drop Bear Koala, in Australia. It is single celled, but that cell has millions of others. In other news, single celled organisms cannot have millions of cells. This new discovery shocked scientists around the globe. Both single celled and multicelled organisms originate from pre-existing cell, grow and reproduce to complete their life cycle.
Do you mean, organism? Its a living thing.
The job an organism does.
any living thing
What organism do you mean? Be specific!
It is poisoned by oxygen
An organism is a living thing.
Homozygous means that an organism has two dominant traits (TT)
You mean heterotrophic- an organism that needs nutrition for growth and development.
Check your spelling. Perhaps you mean "organism" or "orgasm".