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Which is a part of the cell theory? cells come from pre-existing cells cells have a nucleus organisms with one cell must be seen with a microscope organisms must have more than one cell to live

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    What do you think?

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    A...??

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    Correct. B can't be it because there are some cells that DO NOT have a nucleus (prokaryotes) C can't be it because that isn't necessarily true. D can't be it because there are organisms with only one cell (multi celled vs. single celled)

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