What are your thoughts on cell theory? In biology, cell theory is the historical scientific theory that living organisms are made up of cells, and all cells occur from pre-existing cells. Cells are the fundamental component of structure in all organisms, and they are the basic unit of reproduction. The action of an life form depends on the total activity in independent cells. This quiz will be helpful to you. Don’t forget to take your certificate upon completion of the quiz.
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All living things must exhibit most of these characteristics.
All living things exhibit at least one of these characteristics at all times.
All living things pitch in to help each other so that no one goes without.
All living things exhibit all 6 characteristics, or they are not considered living things.
The Cell Theory organizes how we think about living things.
Cells are the basic building blocks of all living things because all living things are composed of cells.
There is a hierarchy in the importance of cells in a living thing.
All of these
They are composed of more than one cell.
They are composed on only one cell.
They usually have cells that are organized into tissue, organs, and organ systems.
Cells in multicellular organisms all perform the same function.
Cells in multicellular organisms may perform very different functions.
Ability to reproduce
None of these
Cells are made primarily of water.
All organisms are made up of one or more cells.
The cell is the basic unit of structure and function of living things because all life functions occur within cells.
All cells come from pre-existing cells.
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