History of cells

History of cells
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  • Robert Hooke, In 1665
  • What are cells?
  • Holy guacamole ! I have discovered a thing called cells!!!
  • Robert Had discovered "cell walls" inside of a cork's tissue, The cells looked like a honeycomb in a beehive.
  • Is it about to rain?
  • Did you know that there are little creatures that live in water but you can only see with this microscope I made? 
  • Anton van Leevwenhoek, In 1680
  • Check out the sketches of these creatures in this book I made.
  • What on earth are you talking about?
  • Anton discovered micro organisims, so he wanted to show his friend Robert hooke but he of course didn't believe him.
  • Matthias Schleiden, In 1838
  • Matthias had discovered that all plants had cells.
  • So plants have cells too. Huh.....
  • About one year later after Matthias's discovery, 1839, Theodor Schwann
  • Theodor discovered that animals also have cells, so he came to a conclusion that all living things had cells.
  • Rudolph Virchow, In 1858
  • So if plants and animals have cells..., then all living things should have cells
  • Hey guess what I have discovered that cells come from cells that already exist!
  • I'm totally not going to steal your discovery and say it was mine and make a book about it.
  • That's great professor!
  • All living things are made of one or more cells.
  • Cells are the smallest unit of life.
  • And all new cells come from pre-existing cells
  • That was my Idea!
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