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Cell The smallest unit that can perform all the process necessary for life.
I am the scientist who first described cells Hooke
I discovered single-celled organisms including bacteria Leeuwenhoek
I concluded that all plant parts were made of cells Shleiden
I concluded that all animal tissues were made of cells Schwann
I concluded that all cells come from existing cells Virchow
The organelle that contains DNA and has a role in growth, metabolism and reproduction Nucleus
What are ribosomes Tiny, round organelles made of protein
What describes a human body? Eukaryote
The three parts of the Cell Theory 1. All organisms are made of one or more cells 2. Cell is the base unit of all living things 3. All cells come from other cells that already exist
Created by: 15rossis