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Multicellular Organisms

Multicellular organisms are those organisms consisting of more than one cell. These cells are grouped together and differentiated to perform specialized functions. Cells performing the same function are together called tissue. All the tissues performing the same function is called as organ. Most life that can be seen with the naked eye is multicellular, as are all animals.


Example : Members of the Kingdom Animalia


Example : Members of the Kingdom Plantae

Although some single-celled organisms, such as myxobacteria, have differentiated cells, the differentiation is less dramatic than those typically found in multicellular organisms. In all the muticellular organisms there is division labour, which means that each organ is responsible for performing each function in a co-coordinated manner. 


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