Older system divides eukaryotic organisms into Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Chromista and Protista. All of these 5 kingdoms contain unicellular species, except for Animalia. Note: Eukarya, Bacteria and Archea are not "kingdoms" as some people wrote. They are "domains" of life or "superkingdoms"!
People also ask, is archaea unicellular or multicellular?
The word archaebacteria is outdated, because they are no longer considered as bacteria. They are called Archaea, a separate kingdom (even a separate domain). Coming to your question: members of Archaea are unicellular.
Is eubacteria a single celled or multicellular?
There are three domains, two of which, Eubacteria and Archaea, are composed entirely of prokaryotic organisms; the third domain, Eucarya, encompasses all other (eukaryotic ) life forms, including the single-cell and multicellular protists, as well as animals, green plants, and fungi.
Which kingdoms are unicellular and multicellular?
The Protist Kingdom consists of mostly unicellular organisms that can have characteristics similar to plants, animals or fungi. Characteristics of Protists: mostly unicellular, few multicellular, eukaryotic, can be heterotrophic or autotrophic. Ex: algae, Paramecium, kelp (multicellular).