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Schleiden in particular brought forward charges of the most serious nature against Nehemiah Grew's good faith.
Schleiden's text-book did not appear until too late to be known to Griffith.
This important work dated back to 1842 and was inspired by his enthusiasm for the then novel cell-theory of Schleiden and Schwann.
The Schleiden-Schwann theory of the origin of cells by generation in a cytoblastem was now definitely overthrown.Form and Function|E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell
The comparison of cells with crystals was made in 1838 by the founders of the cell-theory, Schleiden and Schwann.The Wonders of Life|Ernst Haeckel