Below, gives you the signs, which sees not me sorry to just make sure that you are not a robot. For best results, you make sure that your browser accepts cookies. Perhaps his most famous microscopic observation is indicated in the study of the upper right corner on thin slices of Cork. He wrote Micrographia, observation. Clearly, it could be porous, is similar to a honeycomb of all Perforatedand, but that the pores of it were not regulars, these pores or cells collect. . . They were the first saw lever of microscopic pores and may have already seen, because I have met with someone from Writeror, had already been mention of them. Hooke discovered plant cells specifically, what saw blood Hooke cell Cork walls. In fact, this is Hooke who coined the term cell: monastery reminds the tiny cells made of Cork cells. See Alsoreported of Hooke similar structures in wood and other plants. 1678, after on the Royal Society Leeuwenhoek writing discover small animal bacteria and protozoa Hooke was invited by society Leeuwenhoek confirm ' SLES. Done correctly, the acceptance opens the way to discoveries of the OfLeeuwenhoek of the width. Hooke noted clearer pictures what Leeuwenhoek-Microscopesgave of its simple compound microscope, but found easy to use Microscopesdifficult: she calls insulting to my eye and has complained that Theymuch stretched and weakened eyesight. Hooke was also a close observer of fossils and geology. While some Fossilsclosely resemble animals live or plants, other non - due to the conservation Theirmode, because they are turned off or explore the Representliving taxa that are little known. In the 17th century, a number of hypotheses for the origin of fossils suggested. A widely accepted theory, which dates back to Aristotle, explained that founded Fossilswere and grew up within the Earth. A model of strength or ExtraordinaryPlastick virtue, so that it can create on the stones, which were not lifetime Beingsbut. A contemporary of Hooke, the natural shell wrote, paleo cookbook sarah Martinlister 1678, that our French Cava bowls in the AnyAnimal were cast mould that their gender or race must be found to this day. Now, we interpret these fossils are extinct taxa but Extinctionwas is currently not widely recognized, and Lister came to the conclusion: I'm inclined to believe this is so no matter how Pietrificanti shell. but jackets cockle as promise never were, because it presents, lapides sui generis [peers stones] and are never part of an animal. Hooke examined fossil with a microscope - the first person to Andnoted close similarities between the structures of petrified wood and Fossilshells on one hand and the living wood and shells of shellfish on the other. In Micrographia is faced with a piece of wood with a piece of oak Ofrotten petrify'd of Sicuramenteil wood and petrified wood found in a place where it was fine, with water Pietrificanti became degree of Rocky particles from water, such as Stonyparticles, the diving Separateabundance (c. -to-d. water as Wellimpregnated with earthy particles and gravel beaches) by vehicle liquid transmit ' pervades the microscopic d, no onely, Nelflusso pores. But even in the pores or interstices. . . This part of the wood that appears under the microscope, more solid. Hooke language may be obsolete, but its meaning is very modern: Deadwood can be turned into stone by the action of minerals dissolved, mineral-rich water in the wood of the deposit. Hooke also InMicrographiathat closed shell fossil, some mussels Reallywere check Shel fish, come high place Pagamentodove through some flooding, flood, earthquake or any other means and fill it with a kind of mud or clay or PetrifyingWater or another substance. . . . . . . .