– Hans (Hans) Jansen, 1550. The Dutch Master and his son Zarachius created the first microscope
– Robert Hook, 1665. He examined elderberry plant tissue. Introduced the concept of “cell”, which in English means “cell”, “camera”, “cell”.
– Anthony Van Levenguk, 1680. Examined under a microscope – bacteria, sperm, ciliates, red blood cells.
– Robert Brown, 1833. First wrote the nucleus in a plant cell
– Matthias Schleiden, 1838. came to the conclusion that plant tissues are composed of cells, and the main component of cells is the nucleus
– Theodor Schwann, 1839. Formulated the conclusion that the cell is a structural and functional unit of living organisms
– Jan Purkinje, 1840. He proposed the term “protoplasm” to refer to the living contents of a cell, described the nucleus of an animal cell
– Karl Baer, 1828. He discovered the egg of mammals. Found – all organisms begin their development from one cell – zygotes
– Rudolph Virchow, 1858. He proved that cells arise only from cells by propagating “cells from cells.” Virkhov’s mistake: he believed that the cells are weakly connected with each other and each exist on its own.
– Alexander Fleming, 1876. Opened the cell center
– In 1890 G. Richard Altman. Discovered mitochondria
– In 1898 G. Camillo Golgi. He opened the Golgi apparatus.
Remember: The process of learning a person lasts a lifetime. The value of the same knowledge for different people may be different, it is determined by their individual characteristics and needs. Therefore, knowledge is always needed at any age and position.