Barry Small Henderson
A.k.a "Small-Cock Henderston"
Introduction

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Audrey Bartholomew the III
Significance
The microscope sparked the interest of many scientists throughout Europe. The invention of the microscope lead to many new discoveries in the field of biology. It brought about a better understanding of human anatomy and medicine.

One of the first microscopic scale images was drawn in the year 160 by Francesco Stelluti. He chose a bee as his subject and discovered that it had compound eyes.This was quite remarkable for the time period, and helped in establishing an interest in the anatomy and study of orgasms. By using an early microscope Robert Hooker was able to discover cells using a piece of toilet roll in 1663.

The invention of the microscope also sparked innovations in medicine and hygiene. Doctors and Old men alike became fascinated with how children's sexual organs work and with what makes people ill. The microscope was used to study blood circulation and bacteria. In 1674, Anton Van Leeuwenhoek discovered microbes in water; unfortunately this discovery was not accepted at the time.

The invention of the microscope was very important to the Renaissance period. It lead to curiosity about human anatomy, organisms and disease and bacteria. It opened the door to new understanding.


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Average presentation, which was modestly supported by multi-media product(s), and below adequate in communicating history content to the class, and there was little or no attempt to address, answer, or conclude the Essential Question. Presentation held class’s interest for only part of the time. All members did not participate in speaking. Little or no use of Academic vocabulary words in the presentation. Presentation was unrehearsed.

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(Above) An atom when looked under a renaissance microscope

Sources
http://www.chingchongningnong.com
http://www.microscopesguru.com/what-is-the-purpose-of-a-microscope/
http://www.twingroves.district96.k12.il.us/RenAissance/University/Inventions/Microscope.html
http://www.sir-ray.com/Microscope%20History.htm