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cells oct 29 2015

Robert Hoeke He named the cells
anton van leeuwenhoek finding cells and other organisms
schleiden/schwann he created the cell theory
structure the arrangement of parts in an organism
function the special,normal or proper activity of an organ or part
eukaryote an organism made of cells that have a nucleus enclosed by a membrane
prokaryote a single cell organism that DOES NOT have a nucleus or membrane ;bound organelles an example is archaea and bacteria
tissue a group of similar cells perform a common function
organ a collection of tissue that carry out a specialized function of the body
organelle one of the small bodies in a cell cytoplasm that are specialized to perform a specific function
Created by: jazimm