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State the difference between unicellular and multicellular organisms.


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Unicellular Multicellular
1. Organisms made of a single cell are said to be unicellular. 1. Organisms made of more than one cell/cell types are said to be multicellular.
 
2. All the functions are performed by a single cell.

2. Different cells are specialized to perform specific functions.
 
3. They are usually microscopic (small) and are less complex.
3. They are large and more complex.
E.g: amoebaE.g: plants, animals etc. 

Biology

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