Rudolph Virchow, the Father of Cellular Pathology

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19th Century Other
Physiologist
Claude Bernard- investigated carbohydrate metabolism in humans
Walter Bradford Cannon- homeostasis
Sir Charles Bell- sensory and motor nerves
Fracois Magendie- functions of the spinal nerves and investigated the
mechanism of swallowing and regurgitation
Pierre Flourens- functions of cerebellum and animal psychology
Johannes Peter Muller- showed perceptions were determined only by the
sensory organs that received the sensory impulse
Heinrich Weber- two types of nerves stimulate the human heart
Mathias Jakob Schleiden
Co-founded cell theory (along with Theodor
Schwann)
Accepted Darwin’s theory of evolution
Professor of Botany at University of Jena
Plant organisms were composed of cells
Theodor Schwann
German physiologist who founded modern histology
Investigated digestive processes- pepsin
Observed year and found that sugar and starch was the result of life
process
Muscular contraction and nerve structure
Co-founder of Cell Theory with Mathias Schleiden
Schwann Cells are the satellite cell of the peripheral nervous system
which surrounds axon and motor nerve terminals.
Cell Theory
Living organisms are composed of cells
Basic unit of life
Arise from existing cells
Carl Zeiss
 Established his Optical company in Thuringia,
Germany
 Producing an instrument for scientific research
 The “Forefront” to the study of cell research.
Rudolph Virchow
Pathology & Helminthology
Think Microscopically
Virchow’s Archive
“omnis cellula e celula”
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