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  1. What are the results of cellular division
  2. Protoplasm
  3. What was the beginning of the cell theory?
  4. Organs are grouped into what?
  5. What are the 3 basic principles of the Cell Theory?
  1. a Matthias SchLeiden discovered all pLants are composed of cells
    Theodore SchwAnn discovered all Animals are composed of cells.
    thus beginning the Cell Theory
  2. b 1. new organisms if unicellular
    2. more cells in the same organism
    3. sex cells - egg or sperm
  3. c All living substances within a cell.
  4. d 1. Cells are the units that make up all living things
    2. Cells are the units that carry on all functions of all living things.
    3. Cells have to come from preexisting cells.
  5. e Systems eg nervous system, digestive system

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Synthesis
    Respiration
    Movement
    Irritability
  2. movement of the cell itself (locomotion) or movement of substances and structures inside the cell (internal movement)
  3. Similar cells that are grouped together and perform similar functions.
  4. breakdown of food (usually glucose) with the release of energy
  5. growth and maintenance of the cell

5 True/False questions

  1. What governs the maximum size a cell can attain?1. new organisms if unicellular
    2. more cells in the same organism
    3. sex cells - egg or sperm

          

  2. What are the specific functions cells preform for Nutrition?Synthesis
    Respiration
    Movement
    Irritability

          

  3. Organization of Multicelluar organismscells - tissues - organs - sytems

          

  4. What are the 4 processes of life cells perform?1. Cells are the units that make up all living things
    2. Cells are the units that carry on all functions of all living things.
    3. Cells have to come from preexisting cells.

          

  5. Can tissues exist by themselves?The first thing he looked at was a thin slice of cork. He saw neat rows of little boxes and they looked like cells in a monastery so he named what he was looking at "cells".

          

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