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Joseph Leonard – 11/30/07 – p69,70,71 30 questions and indexed 1. 69 – 1 What is a cell? 2. 69 – 2 What is every living thing composed of? 3. 69 – 2 What made the discovery of cells possible? 4. 69 – 2 When was the microscope developed? 5. 69 – 3 When was the first cell discovered? 6. 69 – 3 Who was the person who discovered cells? 7. 69 – 3 What did Hooke examine? 8. 69 – 3 Why are cells so named? 9. 69 – 4 What was Hooke actually observing? 10. 69 – 4 Who was the first person to observe living cells? 11. 69 – 4 What did the discovery of the microscope open up? 12. 69 – 5 What is the cell theory? 13. 69 – 5 What are the three parts of the cell theory? 14. 70 – 1 What did Matthias Schleiden conclude in 1838? 15. 70 – 1 What did Theodor Schwann conclude? 16. 70 – 1 Where did Rudolph Virchow reason that cells came from? 17. 70 – 2
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Unformatted text preview: How many types of cells does your body contain? 18. 70 – 3 Are there any cells visible with the naked eye? 19. 70 – 3 What is the average size of plant and animal cells? 20. 70 – 4 How are cells limited in volume? 21. 70 – 4 What will increase more rapidly as a cell grows: volume or surface area? 22. 70 – 4 What will happen if a cell doesn’t have enough surface area? 23. 71 – 1 Are all cells the same shape? 24. 71 – 1 What does the diversity of form reflect? 25. 71 – 1 What shape is a nerve cell? 26. 71 – 1 What does the shape of a skin cell accomplish? 27. 71 – 1 What can some white blood cells s=do because of their shape? 28. 72 – 2 What are organelles? 29. 72 – 2 What performs specific functions for the cell? 30. 72 – 2 How are the organelles of a cell like the organs of an organism?...
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