Who discovered the human cell?

Ted Hauenstein asked, updated on March 13th, 2021; Topic: who discovered the cell
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Robert Hooke

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In any way, who invented plant cells?

Robert Hooke

One way or another, who is D father of cell? George Emil Palade's

Nevertheless, what would happen if microscopes were never invented?

Microscopes are very important. Diseases would have been more common without them. We would not know as much about egg cell development without them. Our world would be very different in a bad way without the invenion of the microscope.

How big is a human cell?

about 100 Ξm

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What are the 5 differences between plant and animal cells?

Cells are the basic unit of a living organism and where all life processes are carried out. Animal cells and plant cells share the common components of a nucleus, cytoplasm, mitochondria and a cell membrane. Plant cells have three extra components, a vacuole, chloroplast and a cell wall.

Why is it called a cell?

Cells got their name from an Englishman named Robert Hooke in the year 1665. He first saw and named "cells" while he was experimenting with a new instrument we now call a "microscope." ... These tiny boxes reminded him of the plain small rooms that monks lived in called "cells".