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Who was the first person to see cells under the microscope and give them a name?
a) Anton van Leeuwenhoek b) Robert Hooke c) Theodor Schwann d) Matthias Schleiden
He discovered that all plants were made of cells, which contributed to the development of the cell theory:
a) Anton van Leeuwenhoek b) Robert Hooke c) Theodor Schwann d) Matthias Schleiden
He advanced the cell theory with his conclusion that cells could only come from other cells:
a) Anton van Leeuwenhoek b) Rudolph Virchow c) Theodor Schwann d) Robert Hooke
Which technology was essential for the development of the cell theory?
a) Telescope b) Antiseptics c) Microwave d) Microscope
Which of the following statements would be part of the cell theory
a) All life is made of cells b) Cells are the smallest unit of life c) Cells come from other cells d) All of the above
Cell is the basic unit of life.
a) True b) False c) d)
All cells don't come from other cells.
a) True b) False c) d)
Always carry the microscope holding the ______ with one hand and supporting the ________ with the other hand.
a) Eyepiece; stage b) Stage; eyepiece c) Base; arm d) Arm; base
The ______ adjustment knob is used only when looking through the lowest-power objective lens. The _____ adjustment knob is used when the high-power objective is in place.
a) Fine; coarse b) Coarse; fine c) d)
Which of the following has cells in it?
a) Aluminum foil b) Baking soda c) A flower d) H2O
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