who discovered the cell
The word cell is derived from the Latin word cellula. It means ‘a small closet’. Plant cells look like a cell when viewed under a compound microscope. Robert Hooke (1665) used the word cell for the first time when he studied the selection of cork.
|1||1665||Robert hook||Thin pieces of cork were observed under a microscope and the structures resembling the cells of a bee hive were named cells.|
|2||1670||Leeuwenhoek||A cell animals, which by microscope plants and bacteria.|
|3||1671||Marcello Malpighi||plant cells have been studied|
|4||1710||Wilson||Created the compound microscope that is used today in laboratories|
|5||1838||Matthias Schleiden||The cell theory of plants was presented.|
|6||1839||Theodorsavan||Animal rendering cell theory based on cells|
|7||1932||Naal and Ruska||Electron microscope invented|
|8||1940||Se Aage||Studied the complex structure of Koshikango|
Mathias Schleiden (1838) and Theodor wvan (1839) propounded the cell theory. The main features of the cell theory are
- Cells are the structural units of living beings. All organisms are made up of one or more cells.
- Cell is the unit of metabolic activities.
- Cells are also the unit of heredity.
- New cells per Viracho 1855, only predecessor made the division of cells
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