Can plant be also unicellular?

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no, plants cannot be unicellular.Plant kingdom mostly include photosynthetic multicellular organisms with a well defined cell wall. Some unicellular autotrohic organisms are referred to unicellular plants.Some of them include bacteria, some types of algae such as diatoms and amoeba. These all are not included in plant kingdom according to classification system.​Unicellular organisms are simpler and smaller than the multicellular organisms, and they are composed of a single cell in which they perform all their specialized functions. In addition, they are too small to be seen with naked eyes.
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Unicellular plants do exist for e.g. Algae
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