The statement ‘cells arise only from pre-existing cells’ was given by
  • a)
    Schleiden
  • b)
    Rudolf Virchow
  • c)
    Schwann
  • d)
    Louis Pasteur
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

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Pari Bhatt answered 4 weeks ago
B) Rudolf Virchow is right but if anyone says that a)Schleiden or c)Schwann that person is also right because this statement was given by Rudolf Virchow and this statement was added in the cell theory or Schleiden and Schwann theory given by Schleiden and Schwann. The unified cell theory states that: all living things are composed of one or more cells; the cell is the basic unit of life; and new cells arise from existing cells.... good question

Sukhmanpreet Kaur answered 3 days ago
B. rudolf virchow tells that cell arise from the pre-existing cells....

Mannat Thukral answered yesterday
The statement was given by Rudolf virchow in 1855 and this statment is also written as Omni's cellula-e- cellulae .they are formed by the process of cell division.
hope it will help

Sapna Raj answered yesterday
Rudolf virchow in1855

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