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What is a unicellular organism?

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These are single-celled organisms, i.e., they are formed of just one single cell. Many tiny plants and animals are unicellular.

Unicellular organisms can reproduce asexually through processes like binary fission or budding.

All the necessary life functions are carried out by a single cell.

Some examples of unicellular organisms are bacteria, archaea, protists, and some types of fungi.

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