First observation of a cell nucleus

The Scottish botanist Robert Brown made an observation of a cell nucleus in 1831, he noted the central body in the cells of the orchids of genuses Orchidaceae and Asclepiadaceae. He even called this structure the “nucleus” of the cell.

Date:
      1831
Name(s):
      Robert Brown
Occupation:
      Botanist
Location:
      Scotland


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