They differ because their is many different jobs that need to be done not all cells do the same job because then you would die They differ because their is many different jobs that need to be done not all cells do the same job because then you would die
cause many celled organisms grow faster
Many-celled organisms grow by cells spliting into smaller cells hope this helps :)
Many celled organisms are referred to as multicellular organisms. In order for single cells to form into multicellualr organisms, they must identify and attach themselves to other cells.
it has more cells.
in many-celled organisms cells are organized into tissues, organs, and organ systems.
most organisms are many-celled organisms..they are not cells by themselves However, there ARE one-celled organisms. It is thought of that organisms ARE MADE UP OF cells. We need cells, if they don't have cells to fix the "wounds" or help with the repairs that plants or animals need.
all have the same structure
many-celled organisms :)
Jellyfish are single celled organisms.
These are always one celled organisms.
they have different jobs
Plants are complex organisms and are made up of many different types of cells.
No. Cats and dolphins are made up of many, many, many cells. Single-celled organisms are bacteria and other microscopic organisms.
Many one-celled organisms perform all their life functions by themselves. Cells in a many-celled organism, however, do not work alone. Each cell carries on it's own life functions while depending in some way on other cells in the organism.
Growth of many-celled (multicellular) organisms is mostly due to an increase in the number of cells, due to the process of mitotic cell division.
Cells in multicellular organisms are specialized to carry out specific functions, working together to support the overall organism. Single celled organisms have to be able to perform all the functions necessary for them to stay alive.
Yes they do. There are many specialised areas in many celled organisms like humans for instance designed to carry out differing functions.
Prokaryotes are singular celled organisms. Bacteria (mainly)are known as Prokaryotes.
All prokaryotic organisms are single-celled organisms.