Otto Friedrich Müller

November 2nd

Born 2 Nov 1730; died 26 Dec 1784 at age 54.

German-Danish biologist and microscopist who focused on viewing micro organism, as formerly visible handiest dimly through Antonie Leeuwenhoek. Despite the restrained decision of the microscopes of his time, Müller changed into the primary to peer micro organism with enough readability to divide them into categories, and added to the arena the brand new animal state of Infusoria. In 1773, he changed into the primary to explain diatoms. He coined the phrases baccilum and spirillum and changed into additionally changed into the primary to make a preferred type of micro-organisms, following the scheme of Linnaeus. He invented the naturalist’s dredge.

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