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Which of the following best describes what most influenced the development of Virchow's contribution to modern cell theory?

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A.The development of modeling techniques allowed Virchow to demonstrate his idea. B. Virchow's discussions with Schleiden and Schwann convinced him that cells divide. C. The availability of scientific publications gave Virchow the opportunity to publish his work. D. Virchow pieced together contributions of earlier work by other scientists to form his idea.
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my bad... lol but do you know the answer?

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No, sorry. Close it and post it in biology, I'm sure someone will know the answer there. \(\large\ddot\smile\)

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