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the "long" way to modern biotechnology

the advent of biology

 

the advent of biology    
 
1590
Dutch spectaclemaker Zacharias Janssen invented the microscope
1663
Robert Hooke first describes a living cell
 
1675
Antonie van Leeuwenhoek discovers and describes bacteria and protozoa .
 
1798
Edward Jenner uses first viral vaccine to inoculate a child from smallpox
 
1824
Henri Dutrochet discovers that tissues are composed of living cells .
 
1838
Protein discovered, named and recorded by Gerardus Johannes Mulder and Jöns Jacob Berzelius .
 
1859
Charles Darwin published the book 'The Origin of Species'
 
1862
Louis Pasteur discovered the bacterial origin of fermentation
the basics of 'modern genetics'
1863
Gregor Mendel discovered the laws of inheritance
1869
Friedrich Miescher identified DNA in the sperm of a trout
 
1871
Ernst Hoppe-Seyler discovered the enzyme invertase
 
1878
Walther Flemming discoverrd chromatin leading to the discovery of chromosomes .  
 
1881
Louis Pasteur develops vaccines against bacteria that cause cholera and anthrax in chickens  
 
1885
Louis Pasteur discovered a vaccine for Rabi's disease  
       
 
       
 

 

 

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