What is the difference between a cell and an organism?
well cells make up each living organism along with atoms , therfore we are made of cells. cells along with atoms they are the basic building blocks of life. organisms come from them
A Cell is the smallest thing that can truly be considered alive. "Organism" just means one body, one living thing. You are an organism. A tree is an organism. A bacterium is an organism. Some organisms are made up of many cells, like you and I, whereas some organisms are only a single cell, like bacteria or amoeba.
What is the main difference between a unicellular organism and a multicellular organism in the way life processes are carried out?
The difference is that a unicellular organism has one cell and has a shorter life, is much smaller, and has a larger amount of predators. A multicellular organism has a larger size meaning less predators and larger animals, longer life because unlike unicellular organism who just die after losing its only cell a multicellular organism stays alive, and a big difference is multicellular organism have specialized cells like heart muscle cells, and brain cells.
eukaryote cell A single-celled or multicellular organism whose cells contain a distinct membrane-bound nucleus. prokaryote cell An organism of the kingdom Prokaryotae, constituting the bacteria and cyanobacteria, characterized by the absence of a nuclear membrane and by DNA that is not organized into chromosomes.