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can you explain
cells performing a same function combine to form a tissue, different tissues combine to form an organ then different organs work together to form a system. systems work together to form an organism
@cscole15 What did u understand ?
that a cell proforming the same as another formes a tissue and tissues form an organ then when organs come together it formes asystem
The two basic types of cells that all cells can be grouped under are _____. what about this one
I think its plant and animal
Prokaryotes and eukaryotes
but why would it not be
check out this link:http://www.ivyroses.com/Biology/Cells/Prokaryotic-and-Eukaryotic-Cells.php
i hope that helps! :)
@cscole15 but why would it not be ?? What , complete your question !!
plant and animal
Schleiden and Schwann believed _____. who are these people
Schleiden was a botanist and co-founder of the cell theory along with Theodor Schwann
what is the cell theory
is it that organisms were the basic unit of life
it describes the properties of cells.
not organisms! it tells that cells are basic unit of life
The most accepted theory regarding the make-up of living things is the then would this also be the cell theory
i think so
are you good with microscopes
To see a general view of a microscope slide, use _____ power. If you need to see a more specific and detailed view, use _____ power. A. low:high B. high:low