Cells (And what they do)
By: Anthony Grumblatt
How they are discovered
Robert Hooke was the first one in the world that discovered cells by using a microscope. But the Cell theory wasn't discovered until 200 years later (1830's). And there are three parts of the cell theory. 1: All living things are made out of cells. 2: All living things are made from 1 or more cells. And 3: Cells are made from pre-existing cells.
A eukaryote is is any living thing cells contain a nucleus and other structures (organelles) enclosed within membranes. Eukaryote cells are found in a animal's or plant's. They are not affected by Antibiotics. Unlike the Prokaryotes the Eukaryotes are more advance considering they cannot be affected by Antibiotics
All the Organelle's
The cell Membrane
The cell membrane determines what does in or out like those STUFF security guards at a airport, but like all security guards at airports they sometimes let some bad bacteria which messes the cell.
Eukaryopolis - The City of Animal Cells: Crash Course Biology #4
plant cell structure