What Is Unicellular?

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Unicellular means consisting of a single cell or one celled. The organisms that are made up of single cell are protozoans, some algae and spores. Unicellular is the opposite of the multicellular because the multicellular organisms have more than one cell.
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u·ni·cel·lu·lar
[yoo-nuh-sel-yuh-ler]
ADJECTIVE
1.
having or consisting of a single cell.
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If something is unicellular, that means that it only has one cell. Examples of unicellular organisms are paramecia, bacteria and some amoebas. You can find more information here: http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-unicellular-organism.htm
Unicellular means having one cell only. Various bacterias are found having only one cell. That one cell does all the things for living.
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