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There are two types of organisms on the basis of number of cells:

(i) Unicellular : The organisms contain only single cell in the body are called unicellular organisms. For example : amoeba and paramecium.

(ii) Multicellular : The organisms made up of more than one cells, are called multicellular organisms. For example human, tree, dog, etc.

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There are two types of organisms on the basis of number of cells:

(i) Unicellular : The organisms contain only single cell in the body are called unicellular organisms. For example : amoeba and paramecium.

(ii) Multicellular : The organisms made up of more than one cells, are called multicellular organisms. For example human, tree, dog, etc.

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There are two types of organisms on the basis of number of cells:

(i) Unicellular : The organisms contain only single cell in the body are called unicellular organisms. For example : amoeba and paramecium.

(ii) Multicellular : The organisms made up of more than one cells, are called multicellular organisms. For example human, tree, dog, etc.

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