Jellyfish, mushrooms, oak trees, and bacteria contain cells. Which component of cell theory does this

Jellyfish, mushrooms, oak trees, and bacteria contain cells. Which component of cell theory does this best illustrate?

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  1. I saw someone else ask the same question hope this helps!!
    [tex]jellyfish mushrooms oak trees and bacteria contain cells which component of cell theory does this be[/tex]

  2. It is A because in the introduction it talked about how Matthias Schleiden and Theodor Schwann determined that all living things are made of cells (so any living organic organism) However, many other scientists like Rudolf Virchow contribute to the theory.

  3. All living organisms are made of cells.

    Explanation:

    Hi!

    No matter what is it, if it is a plant, an animal, a bacteria, anything! If it is alive, biotic, living, breathing, it is made up of cells. NO MATTER What! Rocks and sun are not alive so that means they are biotic. Which means they are not made of cells.

    I really hope this helps!

  4. The first part of cell theory states that all living things contain cells. This is the component that best describes what you've stated.

    Explanation:

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