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Cell Test


What are cells? The basic unit of all living things.
Who fist observed cells? Robert Hooke
What is the cell theory? 1) All cells are made frm one or more cells. 2) The cell is the basic unit of all living things. 3) All cells come from existing cells.
Why aren't cells larger? If a cell gets too large, the cell's surface will not be able to take in enough nutrients and put out enough wastes for the cell to live. So, that limits the cells size.
Describe Eukaryotes. Eukaryotes are cells with a nucleus.
Describe Prokaryotes. Prokaryote cells are cells without a nucleus and are also called bacteria.
What are the benefis of being multicellular? Being multicellular ables you to have many different cells that are specialized for specific jobs allows multicellular organisms to perform more functions than singlecelled organisms.
How do cell-tissue-organs-organ systems work together? Cells form tissue. Tissues form organs. Organs form organ systems. Organ systems form organisms like you!!!
Created by: tootie