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dutch lens makers hans and zacharias jannsen
invented microscope hans and zacharias jannsen
1590-1610 hans and zacharias jannsen
1665 Robert hooke
saw 1st cell using a microscope Robert hooke
named cells because reminded him of monk cells Robert hooke
1632-1723 Anton van leewenhoek
looked at single drop of water under microscope Anton van leewenhoek
saw small organ like structures and today we call them organelles and saw live organisms animolecules Anton van leewenhoek
1804-1881 Matthias schleiden
german botanist Matthias schleiden
1773-1858 robert brown
english botanist robert brown
discovered nuckus robert brown
discovered plants are made up of cells Matthias schleiden
german zoologist Theodore schwann
1810-1882 Theodore schwann
discovered animals are made of cells Theodore schwann
1821-1902 Rudolf virchow
German scientist Rudolf virchow
concluded all cells can reproduce Rudolf virchow
concluded that cells come from preexisting cells Rudolf virchow
cell theory 1 all living things are composed of 1+ cells
ct2 cell is the basic living unit of life in all living things
ct3 all cells come from other cells
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