Robert Brown and The Nucleus
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Hmm... This is odd , there is a small opaque thing in this cell from the orchid I'm studying.
Wait a minute... By Darwin's Finches! This opaqueness is in every cell, therefore it must be a part of the cells!
Great scott, I do believe I have made a most prominant discovery in the field of Biology! I must share this with the scientific community!
...And so my colleagues, I have decided to name this structure within cells, the areola, or nucleus of the cell.
And that, class, Is how Robert Brown discovered the nucleus in 1831.
There's no way I can fail Biology class... In my dreams!
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