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Biology 13.2 SR

Biology- Natural History and Scientific Investigation 13.2 SR

How did the Protestant Reformation assist the rise of modern science? because modern science was built on biblical principles
What contributions did Andres Vesalius make in the field of human anatomy? Vesalius is called "The Father of Anatomy". He sarted all of anatomy
What contributions did William Harvey make in the field of physiology? Because Harvey started all of physiology
Why can the researches of Robert Hooke and Anton van Leeuwenhoek be considered the beginnings of microscopy and microbiology? because they were the first one to devote their whole life to it
State the cell theory. all living things are composed of living units called cells and of cell products and that all cells come from preexisting cells
What might be some reason that English Puritans and French Huguenots and Jansenist were so prominent in the advancement of seventeenth century science?
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