Organism composed of a single cell r called unicellular organisms... organisms with more than one cell are known as multicellular organisms.... ex unicellular , amoeba, bacteria, etc.. ex multicellular. , humans, mammals...
Unicellular are those organisms which have single cell e.g amoeba,paramecium etc multicellular are those organisms which have more than two cell are called multicellular e.g human being, animal,plants etc.
Multicellular organism-An organism made up of more than one cell is called multicellular organism.ex-plant, animal etc Unicellular organism-An organism made up of one cell is called unicellular organism.ex-yeast, bacteria etc Mostly multicellular organism have fixed shape.
Uni- cellular organisms are those which are made up of only one cell. example :amoeba ,paramecium, euglena. Uni means one and cCllular means cell. Multicellular organisms are those which are made up of more than one cell .Example: human ,animals ,birds. Multi means many cellular means cell.
Unicellular organisms are made up of only one cell that carries out all of the functions needed by the organism, while multicellular organisms use many different cells to function. ... Multicellular organisms are composed of more than one cell, with groups of cells differentiating to take on specialized functions.
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