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UNIT 3: The Cell DAYSHEET 43: Summative Cell Theory & Scientists Assessment Name _____________________________________

Biology I Date: __________

Bellringer: Use Daysheet 41 & 42 to help you answer the questions below. This is your last review before your Summative Cell Theory & Scientists Assessment.

Cell Theory Review: List the


5 components of the Cell Theory below.

Read the list of statements below. Then evaluate whether each of them is a tenant of the Modern Cell Theory. If it is, please mark it as true, if not, please mark it as false.
True 1. Cells are the basic units of structure and function in living organisms. 2. Every cell has one nucleus. 3. All living things are made up of one or more cells. 4. Metabolism happens in cells in the mitochondria. 5. All living things are composed of atoms. 6. Cell walls are found in plants but not in animals. 7. All cells come from preexisting cells. 8. Cells contain hereditary information that is passed from cell to cell during division. 9. Cells reproduce by asexual reproduction. 10. Cells arise by biogenesis. False

Memory Clues/Word Art: Use your notes and imagination to help you add art or phrases to each name below.

Determine which scientist(s) contributed to the described advancements in Biology. Note that some contributions were made by more than one person.
Anton Von Leeuwenhoek

Theodore Schwann

Scientist(s) that disproved spontaneous generation in macroorganisms. Scientist(s) that build the first compound microscope. Scientist(s) that concluded that all plants are composed of cells. Scientist(s) who set up an experiment in which the independent variable was the shape of the flask. Scientist(s) who coined the term cell. Scientist(s) that proved the Theory of Biogenesis. Scientist(s) that concluded that all animals are composed of cells. Scientist(s) that saw and recorded observations of singlecelled organisms. Scientist(s) who setup an experiment in which the independent variable was coverings on jars. Scientist(s) that studied cork under a compound microscope. Scientist(s) responsible for the component of the modern Cell Theory that states that all living things are composed of cells. Scientist(s) who relied on the development of Jenssens microscope to make their scientific contributions. Scientist(s) that disproved spontaneous generation in microorganisms.

Robert Hooke

Louis Pasteur

Scientific Contributions

Matthias Schleiden

Zacharias Jenssen

Francesco Redi

HW43: Macromolecules Review Name_______________________

Biology I Date______________