one-celled


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Adj.1.one-celled - having a single cell (and thus not divided into cells)
acellular, noncellular - not made up of or divided into cells
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A ubiquitous one-celled microbe may be behind the copious amounts of methane at the ocean's surface.
The health of our skin -- one of the body's first lines of defense against illness and injury -- depends upon the delicate balance between our own cells and the millions of bacteria and other one-celled microbes that live on its surface.
Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) is given off by algae and phytoplankton, microscopic one-celled plants that float in the ocean.
"Circle": I was born in the ocean / I was one-celled once / I know where I came from / Where the hell am I right now?
A person can readily integrate the concept of a Higher Power with the notion that the universe was formed by the "Big Bang" and that life emerged from the "primordial soup" to evolve from simple, one-celled organisms to the complex beings that exist on Earth today.
They can carry Leishmania, a one-celled animal that causes stomach ulcers and skin problems that resemble leprosy.