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Cell Theory

Science 7

spontaneous generation the mistaken belief that living things come from non-living sources
What was Francesco Redi's(1600's) scientific conclusion? Maggots do not come from rotting meat
In Louis Pasteur's experiment in the 1800's, what happened to the unboiled broth? It became cloudy with bacteria
What was Louis Pasteur's scientific conclusion? bacteria come from the air
what does unicellular mean? made of one cell
What does multicellular mean? made of many cells
mitochondria the cell's energy is produced here (powerhouse of the cell)
Cell membrane protects the cell and controls what can enter and leave the cell
chloroplasts captures sunlight and performs photosynthesis
nucleus directs (controls) all cell activities
ribosomes makes proteins for the cell
Created by: carozza