Unicellular and Multicellular Organisms
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Unicellular and Multicellular Organisms


hello welcome to moomoomath and science
in this video I’d like to talk about unicellular and multicellular organisms
unicellular organisms have only one cell unicellular organisms can be both
eukaryotic and prokaryotic bacteria are unicellular organisms that are
prokaryotic they do not have a nucleus or membrane bound organelles euglena
and paramecium’s are unicellular organisms that are eukaryotic and have
a nucleus let’s look at some examples some unicellular organisms live in
extreme environments like hot springs and the stomach of a cow multicellular
organisms have two or more cells all multicellular organisms are eukaryotic
some examples are frogs dogs and humans all multicellular organisms start as a
single cell as the cell multiplies the cells start to specialize into
different types of cells for example in humans cells become tissues
tissues form organs organs are organized into organ systems and organ
systems create organisms in summary unicellular organisms have one cell multicellular organisms
have two or more cells thanks for watching moomoomath uploads a new math video
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17 thoughts on “Unicellular and Multicellular Organisms

  1. I disagree with Multicellular are Prokaryote beacuse some of an example of Multicellular is Human,Mucor,Spirogya,Hydra and they all have nucleus. If you telling that all multicellular is prokaryote which dont contain nucleus is kinda worng cause Human is Multicellular and if you say its Prokaryote is mean you're tellling us that "Human have no nuclues" which is worng very worng thank for reading my comment thx

    -Aix

  2. Please note, at 1:00 I have a mistake. I say all multicellular organisms are prokaryotic. This is wrong. A slip of the tongue. Multicellular organisms are eukaryotic because the have a nucleus and organelles. Sorry for this error. Updated video . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIEqGZ001yY

  3. I want to know if a body have many cell of single kind then it is considered to be unicellular or multicellular
    Plz give me answer…

  4. the earth looked like a tide pod in the beginning lmao?? also barry bee benson h

    EDIT: 1:15 fidget spinner

  5. Any chance that you could correct this video? At 32 seconds, there is also a mistake. This is a great video, but the mistakes make it unusable in my classroom – it's just too confusing when students are trying to grasp the concept. Thank you!

  6. At about 1 minute into video the narrator gives misinformation when he says that all multicellular organisms are 'prokaryotic'. He should have said all multicellular organisms are 'EUKARYOTIC'. oops.

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