OTHER WORDS FROM unicellularu·ni·cel·lu·lar·i·ty, noun
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Such unicellular organisms generally are so small that we’d need a microscope to see them.
Protists and ArchaeaProtists are mostly unicellular, but are more complex than bacteria as they contain a nucleus.
The first living organisms formed their hierarchies thus: individual unicellular, or plastide; group of plastides or meride.The Natural Philosophy of Love|Remy de Gourmont
The multicellular organism was a colony of unicellular organisms, and its life was a sum of the lives of its constituent elements.Form and Function|E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell
They appertain to cells not yet differentiated, to the unicellular organisms which occupy the first stages of life.
Weismann deduces from this a radical distinction between the unicellular and the multicellular organisms.
In the most primitive kinds of the unicellular protists we find the phenomena of death and regeneration in the simplest form.