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Introductory Material Expectations. You should be able to define the following terms. For scientists, be able to describe their contributions as discussed in class in context with the work of other scientists. Microbiology- the study of microbes, organisms so small that a microscope is needed to study them. Linnaeus' 2 Kingdom system- Whittaker's 5 Kingdom system prokaryotic cell characteristics eukaryotic cell characteristics Woese's 3 Domain system Eubacteria Archaebacteria Eukarya Hierarchical classification of organisms Binomial nomenclature Rules for writing species names Hooke Leeuwenhoek Redi spontaneous generation (abiogenesis) Schleiden / Schwann cell theory- states that cells are the fundamental units of life and carry out all the basic functions of living things. Virchow biogenesis
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