09-6 cell theory and lipids

09-6 cell theory and lipids - Cell Theory and Lipids Cell...

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Cell Theory and Lipids
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Cell Theory Paradigm – two component parts: Pattern Component: cells are the primary subunits comprising all life forms Process Component: all cells are derived from existing cells 1600 – existing paradigm was that life appeared spontaneously
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Cell Theory Robert Hooke, 1635-1703 Son of a British clergyman Disfigured by smallpox as a child Apprenticed as an artist 1665, published his great Micrographia Contained 57 illustrations Fly’s eye Insect anatomy Fibrous mold structure ( mycelium ) Structure of a feather Opposed vehemently by the more famous Sir Isaac Newton
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Cell Theory Observational tool: Ground glass lenses – microscopy Invented by 1600 (Zacharias Jenssen?), first named in 1625 by John Faber He also first proposed that ancient plant and animal bodies became fossilized over time Hooke’s microscope (http://ce.ecn.purdue.edu/~piwc/w3- history/hooke/hooke-microscope.gif)
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All organisms are composed of cells - Hooke Cork oak ( Quercus suber ) Hooke’s drawing of cork oak cells http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/history/hooke.html Hooke’s drawing of a flea http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/history/hooke.html
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Image taken by Mike Standing & Leilani Kitz Image taken by Mike Standing Image taken by Mike Standing & Leilani Kitz
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All organisms are composed of cells Anton van Leeuwenhoek, 1632-1723 Born in Delft, the Netherlands Left Holland only two times in his long life Fabric merchant Spoke only Dutch Inspired to scientific pursuits after reading Micrographia Devised a simple, single-lens microscope, but capable of higher magnification than the compound scopes used by Hooke Discovered bacteria, sperm, blood cells, and a host of other microscopic phenomena Wrote 190 letters to the British Royal Society Anton van Leeuwenhoek
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All organisms are composed of cells Leeuwenhoek’s
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