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Ugh, I have to learn about Robert Hooke and the cell theory!
It's actually really cool! Just give it a chance!
Ella said I need to give it a chance. Maybe she's right. I guess I should go learn about it.
"Reading" Robert Hooke was born 1635 and died in 1701
Robert Hooke was an English scientist that studied in many fields.
Hooke is the one we credit for creating the term "cell" and we still use it today. His findings of the cell allowed many other scientific discoveries to be made.
While looking at a piece of a cork under a microscope, he discovered the cell like structures within it.
Hey, Ella! You were right. Learning about Robert Hooke and his contribution to the cell theory was interesting!
I told you it would be!
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