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Difference between single cell organisms and individual cells?

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    Single called organisms survive completely independently, however an individual cell is part of a larger organism and relies on other cells in the organism to meet all of its needs.
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    OMG thanks so much!!! Do you need to know the diagrams for the microscopes?
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