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Cell Theory

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Cells that lack a nucleus. Prokaryote
Cells that contain a nucleus. Eukaryote
Scientist that invented the first microscope. Zacharias Janssen
Scientist that looked at cork under a microscope and coined the term "cell". Robert Hooke
Scientist that determined all animals are made of cells. Theodor Schwann
Scientist that determined all plants are made of cells. Matthias Schleiden
Scientist that determined all cells came from pre-existing cells. Rudolf Virchow
The biggest difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes is the presence of a _____________. nucleus
Eukaryotes are (larger OR smaller) than prokaryotes. larger
Prokaryotes and eukaryotes both have a _______, _______, _______, and _______. ribosomes, DNA, cytoplasm, cell membrane
The genetic material in a prokaryote. nucleoid
All ______________ have a cell wall, while only some ______________ have a cell wall. prokaryotes, eukaryotes
Only eukaryotes contain specialized ______________ that have their own specific functions inside the cell. organelles
Cell Theory #1: All living things are made of __________. cells;
Cell Theory #2: Cells are the basic _____________ and ____________ units of life. structural; functional
Cell Theory #3: All cells came from ___-___________ cells pre-existing
Scientist that discovered "animalcules", protists, bacteria, and muscle fibers. Anton van Leeuwenhoek
Which two domains represent prokaryotes? Bacteria and Archaea
Which domain represents eukaryotes? Eukarya
A polysaccharide coat that can protect prokaryotes. capsule
Are prokaryotes unicellular or multicellular? unicellular
Are eukaryotes unicellular or multicellular? depends; most are multicellular, but some are unicellular
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