The Cell Theory- Aubrie Rawlings
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In 1665, scientist Robert Hooke discovered cells by looking through a microscope at a sliver of cork.
While observing plant cells in 1831, botanist Robert Brown created the term nucleus when he discovered it in the cell.
In 1838, botanist Matthias Schleiden concluded that plant tissues are composed of cells, and declared that cells are the basic building blocks of all plant matter.
Adding on to Matthias Schleiden's conclusion, in 1839 physiologist Theodor Schwann stated that animals are also composed of cells and are the product of cells in their structure.
In 1855, Rudolf Virchow discovered and concluded that all cells are just a division of pre-existing cells.
All of these brilliant scientist's discoveries came off of wonderful inventions, each other's, work, and collaboration.
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