The Cell Theory

The Cell Theory
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  • The cell theory is broken into three parts: All organisms are made up of cells, cells are the basic unit of structure and function, and cells come from preexisting cells. Here are a few scientists that helped develop this theory.
  • I'm Robert Brown, a botanist from Scotland that discovered the nucleus in the cell by studying plants under the microscope.
  • I'm Robert Hooke, who came up with the word cell because I thought the structures in the cork board looked like the cells that priest live in.
  • I'm Theodor Schwann, I came up with the theory that all animals are made up of cells by studying different animal parts.
  • I'm Matthias Schleiden, who worked with Schwann and discovered all plants are made up of cells.
  • I'm Robert Virchow, a German scientist who came up with the idea that all cells come from preexisting cells.
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