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cell theory

Robert Hooke The first scientist to describe what he saw as “cells” when viewing samples of cork under the microscope in 1665.
Matthias Schleiden viewed living plant specimens under the microscope and discovered they were made up of cells.
Theodor Schwann viewed nonliving animal parts under a microscope and realized that they, too were made up of cells.
Rudolf Virchow witnessed cell division under the microscope and learned that all cells arise from preexisting cells.
what are the 3 parts of the cell theory? All living things are made of cells. Cells are the basic unit of structure and function of life. Cells come from preexisting cells.
Eukaryotic cells Defined by having a nucleus. • Defined by having complex organelles. • Plant and animal cells.
Prokaryotic cells unicellular organisms that lack organelles or other internal membrane-bound structures . Therefore, they do not have a nucleus
what types of cells has DNA in it? in both types of cells
what types of cells has A cell membrane in it? both
what types of cells has a nucleus in it? Eukaryotic
what types of cells is unicellular? Prokaryotic
what types of cells contain Ribosomes? both
what types of cells have a Cytoplasm in it? both
what types of cells has complex organelles? Eukaryotic
Created by: amuhlstock



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