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Who was Anton Van Leeuwenhoek?


Question asked by: knowitall

Ah, another homework question! Nice!

This man is often referred to as "the father of microscopy". The reason for this is simple - it is because of the advances he made in microscope design and use.

Therefore write in your biology homework that he is responsible for the advancement and drive in usage of microscopy and your biology or science teacher is sure to give you your marks.

Good luck with your biology homework!

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