What are some examples of unicellular organisms?


Unicellular organisms are also known as one-celled organisms or single-celled organisms. They differ from other organisms in that they do not have a nucleus and they are made up of one cell. This one cell does everything, whereas in multiple-celled organisms cells have developed specialties. Examples of unicellular organisms include amoebas, bacterium (also known as bacteria), paramecium, volvox, protozoa, spirogyra, euglena, animalcule, diatoms, prokaryotes, archaea, xenophyophores, and yeast. One of the largest single celled organisms ever found was in October 2011 in the Mariana Trench, 6 miles below the ocean's surface.
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The group of little life forms we call protozoa are unicellular.
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A unicellular organism is a living organism composed of only 1 cell.A good example is bacteria! Ask us. report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 09:49PM EST.
Examples of unicellular organisms are amoeba and euglena; but unfortunately the fossil record doesn't have much to say about single celled organisms. Other than diatoms, the critters
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