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How are cells, bacteria, algae, plants, or animals the basic units of life?


They are all living?


How are cells, bacteria, algae, plants, or animals the basic units of life?




I don't think I would call plants or animals a basic unit of life. They are made up of cells; therefore, they aren't basic.


they arent considerd by sientists!

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  2. After 14 years I might have the answer, plants, animals, and bacteria are a basic unit of life since they reproduce. And yes they're all living.

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