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Anton van Leeuwenhoek (Note in addition to his own experiments with the spelling of his name and surname). ([ˈɑntɔn vɑn ˈleːoənɦuk]) (24 October 1632, Delft – 26 August 1723, Delft), known as the «father of microbiology», was a Dutch merchant who was the first to make observations and discoveries with microscopes that he perfected his own manufacture. The history of biology considers him a precursor of experimental biology, cell biology and microbiology.

The spelling of his name Leeuwenhoek is particularly diverse. He was baptized as Thonis, but always used Antonj. The letter j at the end of the name is the Dutch verb tense i. Until 1683, it continued to sound like Antonj Leeuwenhoeck (with ending -oeck). From the mid-1680s he began to look for new ways to write his surname, and by 1685 he began to decide on the now more recognized spelling, van Leeuwenhoek.[22] Leeuwenhoek was conscious of his name.

Leeuwenhoek was aware that his observations, which knew that in the grain contained in the testicles was the principle of reproduction in mammals, would come up against the paradigm of his discipline, because they contradicted the theses developed by great scholars of the discipline, such as William Harvey or Regnier de Graaf.[35] In 1685 he began to look for new ways of spelling his surname, and by 1685 he had decided on the spelling now more recognized, van Leeuwenhoek.

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Anton van Leeuwenhoek (Note after his own experiments with the spelling of his name and surname). ([ˈɑntɔn vɑn ˈleːoənɦuk]) (24 October 1632, Delft – 26 August 1723, Delft), known as the «father of microbiology», was a Dutch merchant who was the first to make observations and discoveries with microscopes that he perfected his own manufacture. The history of biology considers him a precursor of experimental biology, cell biology and microbiology.

The spelling of his name Leeuwenhoek is particularly diverse. He was baptized as Thonis, but always used Antonj. The letter j at the end of the name is the Dutch verb tense i. Until 1683, it continued to sound like Antonj Leeuwenhoeck (with ending -oeck). From the mid-1680s he began to look for new ways to write his surname, and by 1685 he began to decide on the now more recognized spelling, van Leeuwenhoek.[22] Leeuwenhoek was conscious of his name.

Leeuwenhoek was aware that his observations, which knew that in the grain contained in the testicles was the principle of reproduction in mammals, would come up against the paradigm of his discipline, because they contradicted the theses developed by great scholars of the discipline, such as William Harvey or Regnier de Graaf.[35] In 1685 he began to look for new ways of spelling his surname, and by 1685 he had decided on the spelling now more recognized, van Leeuwenhoek.

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Anton van Leeuwenhoek (Note after his own experiments with the spelling of his name and surname). ([ˈɑntɔn vɑn ˈleːoənɦuk]) (24 October 1632, Delft – 26 August 1723, Delft), known as the «father of microbiology», was a Dutch merchant who was the first to make observations and discoveries with microscopes that he perfected his own manufacture. The history of biology considers him a precursor of experimental biology, cell biology and microbiology.

The spelling of his name Leeuwenhoek is particularly diverse. He was baptized as Thonis, but always used Antonj. The letter j at the end of the name is the Dutch verb tense i. Until 1683, it continued to sound like Antonj Leeuwenhoeck (with ending -oeck). From the mid-1680s he began to look for new ways to write his surname, and by 1685 he began to decide on the now more widely recognized spelling, van Leeuwenhoek.[22] The name Leeuwenhoek is still used in the Dutch language.

Leeuwenhoek was aware that his observations, which knew that in the grain contained in the testicles was the principle of reproduction in mammals, would come up against the paradigm of his discipline, because they contradicted the theses developed by great scholars of the discipline, such as William Harvey or Regnier de Graaf.[35] In 1685 he began to look for new ways of spelling his surname, and by 1685 he had decided on the spelling now more recognized, van Leeuwenhoek.

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Anton van Leeuwenhoek (Note after his own experiments with the spelling of his name and surname). ([ˈɑntɔn vɑn ˈleːoənɦuk]) (24 October 1632, Delft – 26 August 1723, Delft), known as the «father of microbiology», was a Dutch merchant who was the first to make observations and discoveries with microscopes that he perfected his own manufacture. The history of biology considers him a precursor of experimental biology, cell biology and microbiology.

The spelling of his name Leeuwenhoek is particularly diverse. He was baptized as Thonis, but always used Antonj. The letter j at the end of the name is the Dutch verb tense i. Until 1683, it continued to sound like Antonj Leeuwenhoeck (with ending -oeck). From the mid-1680s he began to look for new ways to write his surname, and by 1685 he began to decide on the now more recognized spelling, van Leeuwenhoek.[22] Leeuwenhoek was conscious of his name.

Leeuwenhoek was aware that his observations, which knew that in the grain contained in the testicles was the principle of reproduction in mammals, would come up against the paradigm of his discipline, because they contradicted the theses developed by great scholars of the discipline, such as William Harvey or Regnier de Graaf.[35] In 1685 he began to look for new ways of spelling his surname, and by 1685 he had decided on the spelling now more recognized, van Leeuwenhoek.