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Anton Van Leeuwenhoek Built one of the world's first microscopes Then in 1680 Van Leeuwenhoek discovered microscopic creatures, creatures that could not be seen by the naked eye
Robert Hooke In 1665, Hooke looked at thin slices of cork with a microscope and saw little empty boxes, which he called cells. In 1680, Hooke proved Van Leeuwenhoek's was right when Hooke repeated Van Leeuwenhoek's pepper water experiment
Matthias Schleiden In 1838, Schleiden studied plan parts under a microscope and concluded that all plants were made of cells
Theodor Schwann In 1839, Schwann studied animal parts under a microscope and concluded that all LIVING THINGS were made of cells
Rudolph Virchow In 1854, Virchow studied all types of cells and concluded that all cells come from existing cells
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