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Anton Van Leeuwenhoek: The Inventor of the Microscope
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Leeuwenhoek: The Inventor of the Microscope By: Yazmin Kotzambasis and Mamie Watt Anton Van Leeuwenhoek came from a family of tradesmen with no fortune. He had 6 children, 5 from his first wife that died in 1666 and 1 with his second wife Cornelia Swalmius. Anton Van Leeuwenhoek's Family: Anton Van Leeuwenhoek studied bacteria such as; sperm cells, blood cells, small organisms, and many more. Anton Van Leeuwenhoek's Studies Anton Van Leeuwenhoek is famous for inventing the microscope and possibly being the first microbiologist. Anton Van Leeuwenhoek's discovery: Anton Van Leeuwenhoek influenced us today by giving us a way to find cures for the sick and discovering helpful and harmful things unseen to the naked eye. Anton Van Leeuwenhoek:
How He Influenced Us 1.) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek is very clever: We admire that about him because without him we wouldn't have the amazing tool the microscope. Anton Van Leeuwenhoek: Why We Admire Him 2.) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek was Dutch: We admire that he is Dutch because in that time it must have been hard to find a good education but he found a way to educate himself. 3.) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek is very helpful: We admire that about him because his tool helps us look at such strange things even we can't imagine. 4.) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek lived very long: We admire that about him because during the 1600s it was very hard to even age up to your late 40s. 1.) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek left 247 completed microscopes.
2.) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek had access to such materials to build his microscope. Anton Van Leeuwenhoek:Interesting Facts Anton Van
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