Unicellular vs. Multicellular Organisms

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Unicellular vs. Multicellular Organisms
Directions:
Cut
out
the
title
above.
Then,
organize
each
of
the
pictures,
words,
and
de<initions
into
the
categories!
Check
with
me
before
you
glue
them
down!
Amoeba
(say:
ah‐me‐ba)
A
bunch
of
small
hair‐like
organelles
that
helps
the
organism
move.
An
organism
made
of
many
different
cells
that
have
a
lot
of
the
same
pieces,
but
do
different
things.
Diatom
An
organism
whose
whole
body
is
made
up
of
only
one
cell,
and
is
so
small,
we
can
only
see
them
with
a
microscope.
Rhinoceros
Beetle
Peppered
Moths
Flagellum
(Say:<la‐gel‐lum)
Bacteria
Paramecium
(say:
pair‐a‐me‐see‐um)
Galapagos
Finches
A
whip‐like
organelle‐
tail
that
helps
the
organism
move.
Euglena
(say:
you‐glee‐na)
Pitcher
Plant
Cillia
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