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Eukaryotic Cells
Cells that have a membrane-delimited nucleus and differ in many other ways from procaryotic cells
Ex: protists, algae, fungi, plants, & animals
Koch's Postulates
A set of rules for proving that a microorganism causes a particular disease
1.present in every case of disease
2.can be isolated and grown
3.same disease when inoculated into healthy host
4.same micro isolated again
The study of organisms that are usually too small to be seen with the naked eye. Special techniques are required to isolate & grow them
An organism that is too small to be seen clearly with the naked eye
Procaryotic Cells
Cells that lack a true, membrane enclosed nucleus; bacteria are procaryotic and have their genetic material located in a nucleoid
Spontaneous Generation
A theory that states that living organisms could develop from nonliving matter