is salmonella unicellular or multicellular ?


is salmonella unicellular or multicellular

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Theodore R. Nelsen 2022-11-15T15:05:43+00:00 1 Answer 6 views New Member 0

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    Salmonella is a unicellular bacterium, meaning it is made up of a single cell. Like other bacteria, it is microscopic and consists of a single, independent unit of life, capable of carrying out essential functions such as metabolism, growth, and reproduction on its own.

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