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1 Cell concept The occupational of Hans & Zacharia Janssen, Robert Hooke, Anton valve Leeuwenhoek, Matthias Schleiden, Theodor Schwann, Rudolph Virchow and also others led to the advancement of the cabinet Theory.

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2 Hans & Zacharias Janssen 1590They were father and son team who were dutch lens grinders. They developed the an initial compound microscope.

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3 Robert Hooke 1665 Hooke to be an English scientist. That looked in ~ a thin part of cork v a compound microscope. He it was observed tiny, hollow, room-like structures. He dubbed these frameworks “cells” since they reminded him of the rooms that monks lived in.

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4 Anton van Leeuwenhoek 1680 van Leeuwenhoek to be a dutch fabric vendor and amateur scientist. He looked in ~ blood, rainwater, and also scraping from teeth with a simple microscope. The observed living cells and called several of them “animalcules”. Some of the ‘animalcules’ room now referred to as bacteria.

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5 Matthias Schleiden 1838 Schleiden to be a German botanist. He perceived plant parts under a microscope. He discovered that plant components are make of cells.

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6 Theodor Schwann 1839 Schwann to be a German zoologist. That viewed pet parts under a microscope. He found that animal parts space made that cells.

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7 Rudolph Virchow 1855 Virchow to be a German physician. He proclaimed that every living cells come only from other living cells.

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8 Current Cell concept The Cell concept States:All living things are composed the cells. They space made that one of much more cells. Cells are the straightforward unit of structure and duty in living things. Cells bring out all life activities.

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All Cells are created from various other cells.

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