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(a) Hooke and Curie
(b) Schleiden and Schwann
(c) Thomson and Rutherford
(d) Virchow and Rutherford
(a) a chromosome
(b) a membrane
(c) the cell
(d) the ribosome
(a) a plasma membrane, RNA, and genetic material
(b) cytoplasm, a plasma membrane, and genetic material
(c) DNA and cytoplasm
(d) DNA and RNA
(a) the ability to reproduce
(b) the presence or absence of ribosomes
(c) the presence or absence of the nucleus
(d) the presence or absence of the plasma membrane
(a) cells that contain a membrane
(b) cells that contain a nucleus
(c) cells that lack a membrane
(d) cells that lack a nucleus
(b) eukaryotic cells
(c) prokaryotic cells
(d) single cells
(a) the amount of water
(b) the cell membrane
(c) the cell wall
(d) the color
(a) a nucleus.
(b) a plasma membrane.
(c) a ribosome.
(d) genetic material.
(a) determine its function.
(b) determine which activities it will perform.
(c) eliminate waste without contamination.
(d) reproduce quickly and efficiently.
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(letter to R. Hooke)
-Sir Isaac Newton,
1643 - 1727
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