Robert Hooke


So Robert Hooke was known as a child prodigy who was home schooled due to being sick all the time. He did an experiment where he used very thin slices of a cork and under a microscope he discovered that the cork was made up of tiny pores. So here’s a fun fact, he used the term cells because the pores looked like the cells monks would work in! 😮  After sometime and with enough evidence collected these scientists Matthias Schleiden, Theodore Schwann and pathologist Rudolph Virchow established that all living things are made of cells and cells come from cells.


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