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Who discovered life cell?

Last Updated: 20th October, 2021

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Robert Hooke

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Similarly one may ask, who discovered live cell?

Robert Hooke

Beside above, who are the 5 scientists who discovered cells? Terms in this set (5)

  • Anton Van Leeuwenhoek. *Dutch scientist.
  • Robert Hooke. *Looked at cork under a microscope.
  • Matthias Schleiden. *1838-discovered that all plants are made of cells.
  • Theodore Schwann. *1839-discovered that all animals are made of cells.
  • Ruldolf Virchow. * Lived from 1821-1902.

Similarly, you may ask, who discovered living cell and how?

Robert Hooke

Who discovered free living cell in water?

Leeuwenhoek

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