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 All organisms (living things) can be classified into two categories: Unicellular (Single Celled) and Multi- cellular  Unicellular organisms are made.

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2  All organisms (living things) can be classified into two categories: Unicellular (Single Celled) and Multi- cellular  Unicellular organisms are made of only ONE CELL!  Multi-cellular organisms are made of many cells.

3  Made of more than one cell and could be made of millions/trillions of cells.  Are known as Eukaryotic organisms which means they contain a nucleus inside each cell.  Can be heterotrophic because they are unable to obtain its carbon from carbon dioxide. Instead, they obtain carbon by feeding on material present in other organisms, living or dead.  Examples: humans, and animals.  Can also be autotrophic They do not need to feed on other organisms, because they get the carbon compounds they need for energy using sunlight and carbon dioxide. (Photosynthesis)  Examples: Plants or protists

4  Are only made of ONE cell!  They carry out the functions of a living thing through only ONE cell!  Can be Eukaryotic or Prokaryotic - Eukaryotic means they contain a nucleus inside the cell and Prokaryotic means they do not contain a nucleus.  Can also be heterotrophic or autotrophic  Examples- Bacteria, Amoeba, Paramecium


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