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Unformatted text preview: 1. What does the Cell Theory state? Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. All organisms are composed of units called cells. 100% Correct! 2. Living things are composed fo fibrous strings called cells that weave together like cloth to form an organism. 0% 3. Organisms begin as a mass of nonliving organic materials that organize into cells spontaneously. 0% 4. Some organisms are cellular in nature, some are not. 0% General Feedback: The Cell Theory states that all organisms are composed of units called cells and that cells come from preexisting cells. Score: 1/1 2. Which of the following cellular structures is associated only with animal cells and not with plant cells? General Feedback: Lysosomes and centrioles are found in animal cells and not plant cells; chloroplasts, cell walls, and central vacuoles are found in plant cells but absent from animal cells.vacuoles are found in plant cells but absent from animal cells....
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