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Which scientist is responsible for looking at a piece of cork and naming it a cell?
a) Robert Hooke b) Mathias Schleiden c) Theodore Schwann d) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
Which scientist is responsible for discovering the first unicellular organism by looking at pond water, blood, and scapings from his teeth?
a) Robert Hooke b) Rudolf Virchow c) Theodore Schwann d) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
Which scientist proposed that cells must come from existing cells?
a) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek b) Mathias Schleiden c) Rudolf Virchow d) Robert Hooke
Which scientist(s) proposed that all plants & animals are made of 1 or more cells?
a) Robert Hooke & Rudolf Virchow b) Theodore Schwann & Mathias Schleiden c) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek & Robert Hooke d) Rudolf Virchow & Mathias Schleiden
Which of the following is NOT part of the cell theory?
a) All living things are unicellular or multicellular. b) All living things contain hereditary material used to pass on traits from one generation to the next. c) All cells must come from existing cells. d) All life functions occur do not occur within each cell, but within each organism.
Which of the following is NOT part of the cell theory?
a) All cells come from existing cells. b) All rganisms are made of 1 or more cells. c) All cells are identical. d) All cells contain hereditary material known as DNA.
What is the cell theory?
a) An explanation of how cells & organisms are related. b) An explanation describing the characteristic of all cells. c) An explanation developed by 4 scientists. d) none of the above.
Which of the following is true about theories?
a) Theories are explanations that will never change. b) Theories are facts developed by scientists. c) Theories are the best explanations provided without any evidence. d) Theories may change depending on new evidence.
Which scientist was a Dutch craftsmen who developed the first compound microscope?
a) Robert Hooke b) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek c) Rudolf Virchow d) Theodore Schwann
Which of the following is true about the cell theory?
a) All organisms are multicellular. b) All life functions occur within some cells. c) All cells have a nucleus to control the cell's activities. d) All cells must be reproduced by another cell.
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