Cell Theory

Cell Theory
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  • Yes!
  • Today we are learning about the cell theory!
  • Cells
  • In 1665, Robert Hooke discovered the first cell.
  • There is more to plants than we thought! Let's call these cells.
  • In 1831, Robert Brown discovered that all cells have a nucleus.
  • There is something common in every cell! Let's call it an nucleus.
  • Matthias Schleiden was a professor of botany, and he discovered something very important about cells.
  • Cells are alive!
  • In 1839, Theodore Schwann used Schleiden's theory to prove that animal tissues are also made up of cells.
  • Actually, all tissues are made up of cells!
  • All cells form from preexisting cells
  • In 1885, Rudolf Virchow made a very important discovery.
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