Who Discovered Cytoplasm?

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The development of the language of the cell was implemented by Robert Hooke in 1831. Cytoplasm was later discovered in 1835, the successor of previous work in this area.
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It is difficult to say who discovered cytoplasm since it is merely the supporting fluid that helps various organelles within the cell. Albert Claude, Christian de Duve, and George
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"The day someone saw it" ^THAT'S A STUPID ANSWER! I don't know but I have a time line due and its bugging me. Sorry I couldn't more of an assistant.
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1874 that Rudolf Klliker coined the word "cytoplasm.", but it was in 1831 that Robert Brown
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That is a good question. We can very easily associate the discovery. of certain organelles inside of cells to particular people, but it is. difficult to say 'who' discovered the cytoplasm
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