Answer:Antonie can Leeuwenjoek and Robert Koch
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Preview: ... ved single-celled organisms Considered the father of microbiology Considered the first microbiologist First to observe single-celled organisms (microorganisms) First to describe bacteria, spermatozoa, blood in capillaries, and muscle fibers Renowned for his meticulous note taking and for sharing his knowledge. This made people be able to re-do his experiments and because of this he is considered the first scientists. Took his notes to the royal society, they ignored him, but he was later given credit. Many credit him with only being concerned with learning, rather than taking credit. Importance: Got people interested in “things that they could not see.” In other words, he started a movement that has become very complex and prevented many deaths. Today, he is remembered for his desire to improve the lives of others and his need to expand his knowledge (teachers love this crap J). Why Better than Jenner : Jenner worked off what Leeuwenkoe ...
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