Cell Theory Investigative Report

Carter Stolz and Collin Perry

Cell Theory

In 1665, Robert Hooke discovered cells under a microscope, which began the Cell Theory. Many years later in 1839, Matthias Schleidan discovered that all plants have cells. Then contacting Theodore Schwann about his discovery of plant cells, Theodore Schwan found that all animals have cells in the same year. Then coming together to deside that all living things have cells, to continue the cell theory. Then from the 1830-1850s, Robert Renak discovered the nucleus and that all cells are from pre-existing cells. Ending the ce theory.

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