Answer to Question #81438 in Biochemistry for john
explain the difference between a one celled organism and single cells of a multicelluar organism
please include structure and function
There are several most distinctive features differentiating one-celled and multicellular organisms:
1. Unicellular organisms have 1 cell, while multicellular organisms are composed of many different types of cells.
2. Unicellular organisms are mostly prokaryotes, while multicellular organisms are generally classified as eukaryotes.
3. Unicellular organisms are usually smaller and less complex compared to their more visible and complex multicellular organisms.