Félix Dujardin (5 April 1801 – 8 April 1860) was a French biologist born in Tours.
He is remembered for his research of protozoans and other invertebrates.
Félix Dujardin (April 5, 1802 – April 8, 1860) is an French biologist and cytologist
who is known for his studies in the classification of protozoans and ...
Key scientists and their contribution to the development of the cell theory. ... Felix
Dujardin, recognized the existence of single celled organisms. Cell division, the ...
Schleiden and Schwann though that each body of plant and animal consisted of
cell. Felix Dujardin (1835) said that the most important part of living cell was the ...
To the Cell Theory, Dujardin discovered a jelly-like substance inside of the cells,
which we now know as Cytoplasm.
Aug 28, 2011 ... Slide 3: CELL THEORY History Robert Hooke (1665) Antoine Van Leeuwenhoek
Jean Baptiste Pierre De Monet (1809) Felix Dujardin (1835) ...
nucleus. Felix Dujardin-1835, first to. notice cytoplasm. Matthias Schleiden-1839,.
wrote a paper stating all. plants are made of cells. Theodor Schwann-1839,.
For, among other reasons, it was long before the word, "cell," acquired the ... to
which cells are the basic units of all animals and plants and Felix Dujardin's ...
Discovered the cell nucleus in the flowering plant Tradescantia 1835……………
Felix Dujardin……………Described protoplasm in protozoa & considered it to be
Typical plant and animal cells viewed through virtual microscopes ... Marcello
Malpighi; Anton van Leeuwenhoek; Robert Brown; Felix Dujardin; Robert Hooke