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Cells to Body A6-A7

When did Robert Hooke record his observations of cork cells 1665
What did Mathias Scheilden conclude about cells All plants are made up of cells
What did Theodor Schwann conclude about cells All animals are made up of cells
What would tell scientists that Scheilden's hypothesis was incorrect If the plant was dying
Why did scientists observe all the different parts of the plants To see if plants were entirely made up of cells
How could you change the test scientist used for testing Scheilden's hypothesis to test Theodor's hypothesis By using a animal cell instead of a plant cell
What is the function of muscle cells The contraction and relaxation of muscle tissue move the skeleton
How are muscle tissue shaped for their function The signals that cause muscle tissue-nervous tissue
What are some of the functions of the different kinds of cells that make up plants Some take water from soil, others protect the plant, and some make food
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