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  1. reinvestigate the work of Rene-Joachim-Henri Dutrochet, one of the predecessors, whose writings have played a part in the undermining of Schwann's position. In a thoroughgoing study of Dutrochet's work Rich has concluded that "by careful observa-tion and experiment, and by penetrating reasoning, [he] was led to formulate the cell theory in the

  2. The Contributions of Dutrochet to the Cell Theory. Subject: Microscopy--History, Biology--Cell Theory, René-Joachim-Henri Dutrochet, Language: ENGLISH.

  3. In 1776 Rene Dutrochet was the first to to investigate thouroghly the mechanisms of respiration, light sensitivity and geoptrism of plants. He aslo constructed a osmometer. He aslo discovered the importance of individual cells.

  4. The evidence seemed to him sufficient to justify the view that species and even larger groups arise by transmutation, and von Baer appears to have been finally convinced that he could not logically avoid extending the doctrine to include whole classes such as birds and mammals. lative minds in the eighteenth century probably made the de novo origin of complex living creatures seem less ...

  5. Nov 12, 2008 · What contributions did Rene Dutrochet make to cell theory? Rene, commonly known as "Henri" Dutrochet stated all living things are made up of cells. This was his contribution to the cell theory ...

  6. Sep 17, 2012 · René Joachim Henri Dutrochet (November 14, 1776 - February 4, 1847) was a French physician, botanist and physiologist. He investigated and described osmosis, respiration, embryology, and the effect...

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