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All organisms are....
one or more cells
All cells arise from...
pre-existing cells.
Vital functions of an organism occur...
within cells.
Cells are...
the most basic unit of life.
Cells contain...
the hereditary information necessary for regulating cell functions and for transmitting information to the next generation of cells
However, skeletal muscle contain...
a membrane, like most normal cells- but inside contain hundreds of nuclei.
Some fungal hyphae are not...
divided into cells but have a multinucleate cytoplasm.
However, extracellular material
(material outside the cell membrane), such as teeth and bone, forms a significant part of the body.
Some biologists consider unicellular organisms to be...
acellular.