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3 statements that are true for all unicellular and multicellular organisms. Cell Theory
All living things are made up of ___________________ cells One or more
All cells come from __________________ cells Preexisting
Why are some cells considered prokaryotic? They do not have a nucleus
What is an example of a single celled, prokaryotic organism? Bacteria
Tiny structures that carry out cell function are called. Found in eukaryotic cells. Organelles
What type of cells have a nucleus? Only Eukaryotic cells
What type of cells have DNA? Both Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic
An organism made of 2 or more cells Multicellular
An organism made of only 1 cell Unicellular
Animal and Plant cells have a nucleus, so they are considered _________________________ cells Eukaryotic
What is the basic unit of life? Cell
Created by: jfcason