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Q: Any Places named after Robert Hooke?
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these something u would have to look up for yourself He thought the spaces looked like monks' rooms in a monastery, so he called them "cells".


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Scientist Robert Hooke discovered cells in 1665. While observing a thin slice of cork under microscope he saw several pores that were separated by walls surrounding each of them. Hooke named them 'cell'. As cork bears dead cells he could not give any description about nucleus or cytoplasm. The term cell was first coined by Robert Hooke in 1665. However it was Antonie van Leeuwenhoek who saw the first living cells, which he called animalcules, in 1674.


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