Cell theory, Biology

Cell theory is one of the four (or five) unifying concepts in the biology. The cell theory states that all the living things are composed of at least one cell and that cell is the fundamental unit of function in all the organisms. Corollaries: the chemical composition of all cells is fundamentally alike; all the cells arise from preexisting cells by the process of cell division.

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