Contributions to Cell theory

Events

Robert Hooke

1665

The reason why Robert Hooke called cells cells because the cells looked like a monkes sells

Anton van Leeuwenhoek

1674

Anton Van Leeuwenhoek was the first to see and describe bacteria in 1674 from his teeth and in 1683 he looked at pond water

Robert Brown

1833

Robert Brown discovered the nucleus.He also discovered

Felix Dujardin

1835

Felix found protozoans and invertebrates.

Matthias Schleiden

1838

Matthias Schleiden discovered that all plant tissues he examined with a microscope were composed of cells.

Theodor Schwann

1839

Theodor Schwann discovered that all animals are made of cells

Rudolph Virchow

1855

Rudolph Virchow in 1855 discovered that all cells result from the division of previously existing cells