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BENTHIC ZONES
CELL
CRUCIAL
MUSHROOMS
PROTEINS
FILAMENTOUS FUNGI
DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
SPECIALIZED CELLS
SOMATIC MUTATIONS
ALGAE
EUKARYOTIC
SMALL ORGANISMS
CELLS
HAPLOID CELLS
VEGETATIVE REPRODUCTION
PROKARYOTIC CELLS
SINGLE-CELLED ORGANISMS
ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION
PLANTS
SEXUALLY
FUNGI
SEXUAL REPRODUCTION
ORGANISM
ASEXUALLY
UNICELLULAR
ANIMALS
BILATERAL SYMMETRY
RADIAL SYMMETRY
MULTICELLULAR ORGANISMS
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Definitions

  1. Multicellular organisms are organisms that consist of more than one cell, in contrast to single-celled organisms. (Web site)
  2. Multicellular organisms are those organisms consisting of more than one cell, and having differentiated cells that perform specialized functions. (Web site)
  3. Multicellular organisms are normally not included, nor fungi apart from yeasts. (Web site)
  4. In multicellular organisms (organisms with more than one cell), a collection of cells that work together to perform similar functions is called a tissue. (Web site)
  5. Multicellular organisms are seen only in the kingdoms Animalia and Plantae. (Web site)

Benthic Zones

  1. Life first developed in the hydrosphere, at low depth, in the photic zone.Multicellular organisms then appeared and colonized benthic zones.

Cell

  1. As the name suggests, unicellular organisms contain one single cell, while multicellular organisms contain more than one cell within them. (Web site)

Crucial

  1. One aspect that is crucial to the development and maintenance of multicellular organisms is communication between cells. (Web site)

Mushrooms

  1. Visible fungi such as mushrooms are multicellular entities, but their cells are closely connected in a way unlike that of other multicellular organisms.

Proteins

  1. These proteins are crucial for cellular motility of single celled organisms and the sperm of many sexually reproducing multicellular organisms. (Web site)

Filamentous Fungi

  1. In contrast to the 'core' function encoded by SET2, the ASH1 -related copy found in the filamentous fungi has relatives only in multicellular organisms. (Web site)

Developmental Biology

  1. Sex determination in multicellular organisms and protistan mating types', Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 18 (2007): 348-9.

Specialized Cells

  1. Groups of specialized cells are organized into tissues and organs in multicellular organisms such as higher plants and animals. (Web site)

Somatic Mutations

  1. In multicellular organisms, mutations can be subdivided into germline mutations, which can be passed on to descendants, and somatic mutations.

Algae

  1. Algae can be either single-celled or large, multicellular organisms. (Web site)

Eukaryotic

  1. The Kingdom Fungi includes eukaryotic, generally multicellular organisms with an unusual form of multicellularity.

Small Organisms

  1. The polyps are multicellular organisms that feed on a variety of small organisms, from microscopic plankton to small fish.

Cells

  1. In multicellular organisms, cilia function to move fluid or materials past an immobile cell as well as moving a cell or group of cells. (Web site)
  2. There are many unicellular organisms which are eukaryotic, but all cells in multicellular organisms are eukaryotic. (Web site)
  3. Cells always have a cell membrane around them and cytoplasm inside, and those of multicellular organisms normally have a nucleus.

Haploid Cells

  1. Haploid cells serve as gametes in multicellular organisms, fusing to form new diploid cells. (Web site)

Vegetative Reproduction

  1. This leads to growth in multicellular organisms (the growth of tissue) and to procreation (vegetative reproduction) in unicellular organisms. (Web site)

Prokaryotic Cells

  1. Prokaryotic cells are usually independent, while eukaryotic cells are often found in multicellular organisms. (Web site)

Single-Celled Organisms

  1. These proteins are crucial for cellular motility of single-celled organisms and the sperm of many sexually reproducing multicellular organisms.
  2. Cell biology researches both single-celled organisms like bacteria and specialized cells in multicellular organisms like humans.

Asexual Reproduction

  1. Asexual reproduction is relatively rare among multicellular organisms, for reasons that are not completely understood.

Plants

  1. Animals are multicellular organisms, and unlike plants, their cells do not have cell walls.
  2. Eucaryotic cells are found in most algae, protozoa, all multicellular organisms (plants and animals) including humans. (Web site)
  3. All multicellular organisms (including plants) produce hormones. (Web site)

Sexually

  1. These proteins are crucial for cellular motility of single celled organisms and the sperm of many multicellular organisms which reproduce sexually.
  2. Fig. 2: Multicellular organisms that sexually reproduce have diploid and haploid cells. (Web site)

Fungi

  1. FUNGI: Fungi belongs to the kingdom of heterotrophic single-celled, multinucleated, or multicellular organisms, including yeasts, molds, and mushrooms. (Web site)
  2. The kingdom of Fungi contains single-celled and multicellular organisms that absorb nutrients for food.

Sexual Reproduction

  1. A lack of sexual reproduction is relatively rare among multicellular organisms, for reasons that are not completely understood. (Web site)
  2. In multicellular organisms, sexual reproduction requires the production of male and female germ cells (sperm and eggs) by a process called meiosis.

Organism

  1. Since then, the kingdom has expanded to include multicellular organisms, although biologists still disagree about what exactly makes an organism a protist.
  2. For gene products from multicellular organisms which are secreted from a cell but retained within the organism (i.e. (Web site)
  3. In multicellular organisms, there is an intermediary step between the diploid and haploid transition where the organism grows. (Web site)

Asexually

  1. Multicellular organisms also reproduce asexually and sexually; asexual, or vegetative, reproduction can take a great variety of forms. (Web site)

Unicellular

  1. Algae - Unicellular or multicellular organisms having chlorophyll but lacking multicellular sex organs typical of plants. (Web site)
  2. The fungi are eukaryotic, unicellular, or multicellular organisms that, because they lack chlorophyll, are dependent upon external food sources.
  3. Many unicellular and most multicellular organisms reproduce sexually. (Web site)

Animals

  1. Eukaryotic cells appear inside multicellular organisms, such as fungi, plants and animals. (Web site)
  2. Cell division occurs in single-celled organisms like bacteria, and in multicellular organisms like plants, animals, and fungi. (Web site)
  3. Animals are a major group of multicellular organisms, of the kingdom Animalia or Metazoa.

Bilateral Symmetry

  1. In biology, bilateral symmetry is a characteristic of multicellular organisms, particularly animals. (Web site)

Radial Symmetry

  1. In biology, radial symmetry is a characteristic that is used to help classify multicellular organisms.
  2. In biology, radial symmetry is a property of some multicellular organisms.

Multicellular Organisms

  1. The body plans of most multicellular organisms exhibit some form of symmetry, either radial symmetry or bilateral symmetry or "spherical symmetry". (Web site)
  2. In contrast, other multicellular organisms like plants and fungi have cells held in place by cell walls, and so develop by progressive growth. (Web site)
  3. Single-cell organisms are termed unicellular, while plants and animals which contain many cells are termed multicellular organisms.

Categories

  1. Radial Symmetry
  2. Single-Celled Organisms
  3. Bilateral Symmetry
  4. Nature > Life > Cells > Eukaryotic Cells
  5. Unicellular
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