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What did Robert Hooke discover and how? He discovered cells and named them while looking at cork.
What did Matthias Schleiden discover? He discovered that plants are made up of cells.
What did Theodor Schwann discover? He discovered that animals are made up of cells.
What did Rudolph Virchow discover? He discovered that cells divide to produce more cells.
How much time is between these discoveries? Schleiden made discovery almost 200 years after Hooke made his. Schwann and Virchow made their discoveries soon after Schleiden.
What does theory mean? A theory is an idea supported by evidence, but not proven without a doubt.
What are the three parts of the Cell Theory? 1. All organisms are made up of cells. 2. Cells are the basic units of structure and function in al living things. 3. All cells come from other cells that already exist.
What are the six levels of organization of cell to organism in order? 1. organelles 2. cells 3. tissues 4. organs 5. systems 6. organism
What are some examples of organelles? nucleus, membrane
What are some examples of tissues? stomach lining tissue, muscle tissue
What are some examples of organs? stomach, heart, skin
What is an example of a system and what are some organs that make up that system? digestive system=mouth+stomach+intestines
What is an example of an organism and what are some systems that make up that organism? human=digestive system+nervous system+circulatory system
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