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|Latin term or phrase: ominus cellula e cellula|
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|where a cell arises, there a cell must previously have existed|
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Rudolf Virchow (1821-1902)
"Omnis cellula e cellula" (where a cell arises, there a cell must previously have existed). (1858)
Leading Prussian scientist, the founder of cellular pathology and a leader of German anthropology. Virchow was a major advocate of the cell theory and published an influential theory that cells arose from each other in a continuous series of generations ("Omnis cellula e cellula").
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