Among the unicellular plants are the bacteria, while the unicellular animals are known as the protozoa.
Protoplasmic movements, you know, and unicellular plants and animals.
Many of these unicellular plants and animals have immeasurably the most ancient form of life on earth.
Infusoria and other unicellular animals multiply by division.
She looked still at the unicellular shadow that lay within the field of light, under her microscope.
It is placed in this group, although only the main axis is unicellular.
To-day the opposite term (Monocystina) might be adopted to express their unicellular organisation.
They look like some of the unicellular animals, as the Amœba.
The first grade includes only the Protozoa, or unicellular animals.
To explain this Weismann went back to the unicellular protozoa.
unicellular u·ni·cel·lu·lar (yōō'nĭ-sěl'yə-lər)
Having or consisting of a single cell, as the protozoans; one-celled.
Having or consisting of a single cell. Compare multicellular.