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# Exam 1 SP2006

Course Number: BIOL 100, Spring 2006

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Biology 100 Exam 1 (version 0) February 28, 2006 Choose the BEST answer to each question. 1. What statement(s) best reflect(s) the process component of the Cell Theory? A. The cell is the smallest unit of life. B. All cells have mitochondria. C. All living organisms are made of cells. D. All cells come from pre-existing cells.. E. C. and D 2. In the experiment designed by Pasteur to test the spontaneous...

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