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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The condition or state of being unicellular or consisting of a single cell, like the Protozoa and Protophyta.


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  • (Therefore X and Y are not necessary for unicellularity.) (2) Derived versions of genes X and Y are essential for multicellular life.

    Bird Teeth 2008

  • The advance from unicellularity to multicellularity must have begun when cells divided and then remained clinging together.

    The Human Brain Asimov, Isaac 1963


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