Cell Theory Exploring

Cell Theory Exploring
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  • Millie visits the library to study for her science test about the components of the cell theory.
  • I don't understand! What are the three parts of the cell theory? Where did this all come from?
  • Upon opening the book, she is zapped back in time to 1838 where she spots Matthias Schleiden. She hides behind a table.
  • Hmmm.. This reminds me of when Mrs. Schwendeman said that all organisms are made of cells.
  • Finally, from my results I know that all plants are made of cells!
  • Millie escapes from the room while he is not looking and begins to walk down the street. She spots Theodor Schwann and hides. The year is now 1839.
  • So it must be true, all organisms, plant or animal, are made of cells.
  • I'm telling you what I saw, all animals are made of cells. I've done all the tests.
  • Hey! Mr. Virchow may I just tell you I've heard so much about you.
  • Millie slips away and continues to walk. The setting seems to change to almost 20 years later. Once again, she bumps into a famous scientist, Rudolph Virchow.
  • Do you see that cat right there or a bird or a dog? All made of cells. Yet, New cells are formed from other existing cells. Now, I must be going.
  • Millie magically zaps back to the library where she finishes reading the cell theory textbook
  • This all makes sense. I am ready for my test now.
  • "Cells are the basic unit of STRUCTURE and FUNCTION"
  • Millie heads off to her science class and is ready to take her test. The first question reads: what are the components of the Cell Theory?
  • I know this!  1. Cells are the basic unit of structure and function 2. All organisms are made of cells 3. Cells come from preexisting cells
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