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Are Bacteria multi-cellular or single-celled organisms?
They are all Single-Celled Organisms.
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Do Bacteria have a Nucleus?
They have no Nucleus.
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Are Fungi multi-cellular or unicellular?
Most are multicellular but some are unicellular?
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Can Fungi photosynthesise?
No because their cells never contain chloroplasts.
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Do Fungi have cell walls?
Yes but they are not composed of cellulose.
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Are Protoctists multi-cellular or single-celled organisms?
They are single-celled organisms.
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Do Protoctist cells have a nucleus?
Yes they have a Nucleus.
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Are Plants multi-cellular or single celled?
They are multicellular.
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Do plants have cell walls?
Yes and they contain cellulose.
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Are animals multi cellular or single-celled?
Animals are multicellular
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Do all animals have backbones?
Some have backbones and some don't.
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Why aren't viruses called as a Kingdom?
Because they are not living and they don't do all the life processes. (MRS GREN)
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Do viruses have a nucleus?
No and they also don't have cytoplasm.
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Give one way in which the structure of a virus differs from a bacterium.
Bacteria are made of cells and Viruses are not.
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