Microbiology Pioneers and Cell Theory

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Who was the first person to observe living microorganisms and describe them as 'animalcules'?

Antoni van Leeuwenhoek

Which scientist observed life's smallest structural units as 'little boxes' or 'cells'?

Robert Hooke

Who was an opponent of spontaneous generation and demonstrated that a 'vital force' in the air is responsible for microorganism survival?

John Needham

Which concept states that living cells can arise only from pre-existing living cells?

Biogenesis

Who is considered the father of Modern Microbiology and contributed significantly to sterilization methods?

Louis Pasteur

Which scientist challenged spontaneous generation with the concept of biogenesis?

Rudolf Virchow

'Animalcules' is a term used by which scientist to describe living microorganisms?

Antoni van Leeuwenhoek

Explore the contributions of Antoni van Leeuwenhoek and Robert Hooke to the field of microbiology and cell theory. Learn about van Leeuwenhoek's discoveries of live microorganisms and Hooke's observations of cells, which laid the foundation for the cell theory.

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