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Cell Theory Modified

Use the INB on Cell Theory or these modified notes

Smallest structural and functional unit of an _____________________.
Usually _____________________
Contains cytoplasm and a nucleus enclosed in a membrane
Two main types of cells:
1. __________________________________ (no nucleus)

2. __________________________________ (has a nucleus)

Robert Hooke
Observed bark of ___________ trees under a microscope
Thought the objects looked liked individual ______________ in a monastery,
which were called _______________
Called his discovery ______________
Did not know their true function

Anton van Leeuwenhoek

Developed the microscope lens to see greater ____________________________
First person to observe bacteria and _________________ (single-celled animal)
Observed and described ___________ blood cells

Mathias Schleiden
Concluded all ____________________________are composed of cells
Declared that the cell is the ____________________________of all plant matter.
Sensed the importance of the nucleus of a cell

Theodor Schwann
Concluded that all __________________ tissues are composed of cells, too.
Collaborated with Schleiden to form a new theory in biology
Cell Theory
Schleiden and Schwanns ideas became known as the cell theory.
1. ____________________________________________________________________
2. ____________________________________________________________________
This theory was as important to biology as the atomic theory was to chemistry.
Rudolph Virchow
Proposed that all cells result from the division of
This idea became a key piece of the ________________________________________
Cell Theory Modified

Modern Cell Theory

1. All organisms are composed of ________________.

2. Cells are the _______________________________________________________.

3. All cells come from the ____________________of previous existing cells.

Functions of Cells
Metabolism- ____________________ reactions inside the cell

Response perceiving and responding to _______________in the environment

Homeostasis keeping conditions inside the organism within tolerable limits

Functions of Cells (continued)
Growth _________________ in size
Reproduction producing __________________ (sexually or asexually)
Nutrition Obtaining food to provide energy for ___________________
Defense ________________________ against enemies