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Discovering the Cells

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This is about the history of cells. Furthermore, this includes the people behind the discovery of cells. Enjoy and have fun. This is made for the fourth grader class of Bethel International School, …

This is about the history of cells. Furthermore, this includes the people behind the discovery of cells. Enjoy and have fun. This is made for the fourth grader class of Bethel International School, Pawing, Palo, Leyte, Philippines.
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  • 1. THE HISTORY OF CELLS Roel R. Maraya Discovering CELLS
  • 2. Robert Hooke (1665 )      Studied cork tissue and found tiny boxes and named it "cells ".
  • 3.      The tiny boxes seen by Robert Hooke through a homemade microscope particularly a Compound Microscope .
  • 4. Robert Hooke's Compound Microscope
  • 5. In 1831, Scientists observed the nucleus of a cell and named it " little nut ".
  • 6.
    • Matthias Schleiden (1838)
        • a German Botanist
        • studied a variety of plant tissues and found out that every type was made of many cells.
  • 7.
    • Theodor Schwann (1839)
      • studied all animal tissues and found out that every type was made of cells too.
    German Zoologist
  • 8. CELL THEORY      This states that cells are building blocks of life and that cells come from other cells. 
  • 9.
    • Louis Pasteur (1857)
      • a studied single-celled microorganisms
      • developed Pasteur's Germ Theory that changed medicine
      • French chemist
      • and microbiologist
  • 10. Examples of Microorganism
  • 11.
    • Pasteur's Contributions:
      • development of vaccination
      • made the first vaccine against rabies
    •     
  • 12.
    • 1940s Development
      • scientists develop antibiotics
      • penicillin was discovered to fight bacterial infections
  • 13. People in Science
  • 14.
    • Gary Sayler
      • a Beaman Distinguished Professor of Microbiology.
      • studies how microbes (another name for microorganisms ) live and how they interact with other living things.
  • 15. 1857 1839 1838 1665 1831 Robert Hooke names the cell Scientists named the nucleus “little nut”. Schleiden studied plant tissues Schwann studied animal tissues Pasteur researched on single-celled organisms 1997 Development of vaccination First cloned organism present
  • 16. That's all for now. Thank You!
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