Multicellular

  • (adj): Consisting of many cells.
    Example: "Multicellular organisms"

Some articles on multicellular:

Gonium - Evolution
... The genus Gonium represents species closely related to single celled Chamydomonas and multicellular differentiated Volvox ... has long been a well recognized model system for the study of multicellular evolution ... Although the exact order and progression through David Kirk's twelve steps of multicellular evolution are probably not necessarily linear and each occurs more ...
Bacterial Diseases - Behavior - Multicellularity
... Bacteria often function as multicellular aggregates known as biofilms, exchanging a variety of molecular signals for inter-cell communication, and engaging in coordinated multicellular behavior ... The communal benefits of multicellular cooperation include a cellular division of labor, accessing resources that cannot effectively be utilized by single cells ...
Bacteria - Behavior - Multicellularity
... Bacteria often function as multicellular aggregates known as biofilms, exchanging a variety of molecular signals for inter-cell communication, and engaging in ... The communal benefits of multicellular cooperation include a cellular division of labor, accessing resources that cannot effectively be utilized by ...
Multicellular Organism
... Multicellular organisms are organisms that consist of more than one cell, in contrast to single-celled organisms ... To form a multicellular organism, these cells need to identify and attach to the other cells ... of the nearly two million visible species are multicellular ...
Multicellular Thunderstorm
... A multicellular thunderstorm cluster is a thunderstorm that is composed of multiple cells, each being at a different stage in the life cycle of a thunderstorm ... cells will dissipate as new cells form and continue the life of the multicellular thunderstorm cluster with each cell taking a turn as the dominant ... The multicellular storm cluster can last for hours while each individual cell should only last for about 20 minutes ...