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CH1.1DiscoveringCell

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Who was one of the first people to see cells in a thin slice of cork? Hooke
Who saw the first microscopic living organisms in teeth scrapings and gutter water? Leeuwenhoek
Who discovered that all plants are made of cells? Schleiden
Who discovered that all animals are made of cells? Schwann
Who discovered that all cells come from other cells? Virchow
What is the basic unit of structure and function in living things? cell
What is the widely-accepted explanation of the relationship between cells and living things called? cell theory
What is a tool that makes small objects look larger called? microscope
What is the total magnification of a microscope that has two lenses that magnify 15 times and 30 times? 450
Which type of microscope uses a beam of electrons to magnify an object? electron microscope
Which type of microscope uses a beam of light and convex menses to magnify an object? light microscope
How many lenses does and simple microscope have? one
How many lenses does a compound microscope have? two
What type of lens is used in a light microscope? convex
What did Leeuwenhoek call the tiny living organisms he saw? animalcules
How many cells are in one square centimeter on the surface of your skin? 100,000
What country was Robert Hooke from? England
Created by: Mrs. Birkemose