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Running head: SEMINAR OPTION 2 Seminar Option 2 Gabrielle Farris SC246-03 Kaplan University 1
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SEMINAR OPTION 2 Birth and development of microbiology began in 1665 when Robert Hooke discovered structures that he identified as cells leading to the start of cell theory, after analyzing a cork through a microscope (Tortora, Funke, & Case, 2011). Due to the lack of developed tools he was unable to identify or develop the study of microbes. Anton van Leeuwenhoek was the first to build a microscope powerful enough to identify and draw microbes for which he documented over the span of 50 years. Spontaneous Generation is a concept that many believe in the 19 th century. They believed that life or forms of life could be created or generate from nothing or a substance that has no life. Francesco Redi verified what we know today in 1668 that birth cannot occur from a nonliving substance. The next theory was generated from Rudolf Virchow in a challenge to the concept of spontaneous generation where he believed that new life came from a preexisting life. In his
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