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Classifying Organism

Is the statement true of single celled, multi celled, or both?

QuestionAnswer
Prokaryotes Single celled
Eukaryotes Both
Very small Single celled
Large in size Multi celled
Contain DNA Both
Have specialized cells that have specific functions Multi celled
Cells need to work together for the organism to survive Multi celled
All plants, animals and most fungi Multi celled
All bacteria Single celled
Organisms can exist in some of the harshest (most extreme environments) Single celled
Organisms cells are able to reproduce Both
Organisms are able to obtain and use energy Both
Organisms can respond to stimuli in the environment to maintain homeostasis Both
Cells contain a nucleus and other organelles Multi celled
Found in the Kingdom Eubacteria and Archaebacteria Single celled
Created by: jloehr