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Is Archaebacteria unicellular, multicellular, or both? Unicellular. Is Eubacteria prokaryote, eukaryote, or both? prokaryote. Is Eubacteria autotroph, heterotroph,  ...


Plants, Animals, Protists, Fungi, Archaebacteria, Eubacteria. Plants and ... Plants are all multicellular and consist of complex cells. ... Most protists are unicellular.


Mar 3, 2014 ... unicellular. • autotrophic & heterotrophic ... Eubacteria. • unicellular. • autotrophic & ... Protista. • mostly unicellular, few multicellular.


Eubacteria, unicellular prokaryotes; some are autotrophs and some are heterotrophs. ... They can be autotrophs, heterotrophs, unicellular or multicellular.


The Eubacteria are all easily stained, rod-shaped or spherical bacteria. They are generally unicellular, but a small number of multicellular forms do occur.


Kingdom Eubacteria-UNICELLULAR or MULTICELLULAR: Unicellular . Kingdom Eubacteria-HABITAT: EVERYWHERE!!! . Kingdom Eubacteria-EXAMPLES: ...


While prokaryote cells (bacteria and archaea) inhabit niches within multicellular organisms, such as the intestine and other external crevices like the mouth and ...


Eubacteria. Archaebacteria. Protista. Fungus. Plant. Animal. Cell Type ... most unicellular most multicellular multicellular multicellular. Level of. Organization cell .


Bacteria (Eubacteria) ... Monera (includes Eubacteria and Archeobacteria) ... Fungi are multicellular,with a cell wall, organelles including a nucleus, but no ...


Sodium is PUMPED out of a nerve cell. 2. A unicellular organism takes in a particle of food. 3. Water moves out of the fish's body cells (98 ...