Unicellular Organism

Unicellular Organism


A unicellular organism is any life form that consists of just a single cell. This group includes most life on Earth, with bacteria serving as the majority. The main groups of single celled life are bacteria, archaea and eukaryota. Unicellular organisms have many ways of survival such as photosynthesis, chemotherapy, and heterotrophy. Also, for movement, unicellular organisms would use their flagella or their cellular skeleton.


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