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The Incredible Life and Times of Biological Cells

One of the most important ideas in the history of biology is the cell theory, which proposes that all forms of life are composed of cells. Cells are the simplest units to exhibit the functions characteristic of life, and the field of cell biology has helped reveal how the immense variety of life-forms are organized and operate. This article traces the pathways that led to the ascent of the cell to its central role in biological understanding.

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