Who Discovered Cytoplasm?

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It is difficult to say who discovered cytoplasm since it is merely the supporting fluid that helps various organelles within the cell. Albert Claude, Christian de Duve, and George Palade are good people to start with in cell biology.You can find more
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"The day someone saw it" ^THAT'S A STUPID ANSWER! I don't know but I have a time line due and its bugging me. Sorry I couldn't more of an assistant.
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1874 that Rudolf Klliker coined the word "cytoplasm. but it was in 1831 that Robert Brown
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That is a good question. We can very easily associate the discovery. of certain organelles inside of cells to particular people, but it is. difficult to say 'who' discovered the cytoplasm
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