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How can a scientist know if what he/she is looking at, under the microscope, is in fact a cell? What can mislead us to think we are looking at a cell but in fact we are looking at non-living structures of about the same size?

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How can a scientist know if what he/she is looking at, under the microscope, is in fact a cell? What can mislead us to think we are looking at a cell but in fact we are looking at non-living structures of about the same size?

Posted by lashana | Posted at Jan 15, 2011 | Categories: Biology

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Lorilee707
Lorilee707

a cell has a nucleus 

Jan 15, 2011 11:29

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