Cell Theory

Cell Theory
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  • So,  Mr. Brown, if you look through this very advanced microscope, you can see these tiny little blocks.
  • Blocks, you say? I have seen wonders indescribable, far greater than these 'blocks.' For example, are you aware of the presence of a central unit, which I call a nucleus, inside each of those miniscule compartments?
  • Did someone say 'tiny blocks?' I have observed them inside several plant types.
  • Likewise, but with animals rather than plants.
  • Hmm, what about 'cells,' due to their similarities in shape to jail cells.?
  • It is clear these tiny blocks need a greater name for the scientific community.
  • What a novel idea, Hooke! Now, what do we know about cells thus far?
  • Excellent question, Schleiden! We know that cells are seemingly found in all living organisms, and that all living organisms are composed of one or more of them.
  • I, Virchow, would also like to add that all cells are created from preexisting ones!
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