← 19.1 World History Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- William Harvey
- Boyle's Law
- Francis Bacon
- a ancient Greek physician assumed human anatomy was similar to animals bc he'd never dissected a human body
- b describes how temperature, volume, and pressure affect gas (written by Robert Boyle)
- c Vesalius laid groundwork (of human body) for this English dr to observe and explain how the human body worked, This dr later explained how blood and the circulatory system worked
- d helped develop scientific method
- e Built 1st telescope and discovered: Saturn, craters on the moon, sunspots, Jupiter's moons, milky way is made up of stars; published discoveries in "Starry Messenger"
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Danish astronomer, studied planets in their orbits, wrote book impressing King Frederick II who gave him $$$ for 2 observatories; believed sun revolved around the earth but 5 other planets revolved around the sun
- Philosopher who was first to propose geocentric theory
- theory that the sun is the center of the universe and the earth and other planets rotate around the sun (true theory)
- "father of modern chemistry", 1st chemist to define an element. his first work was "The Skeptical Chemist" which described matter as a cluster of tiny particles (now known as atoms/molecules).
- [English physicist and inventor] who used an early microscope to observe and explain planets at a microscopic level. 1st to create/use the term "cell"
5 True/False Questions
Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier → invented first microscope. 1st to describe appearance of bacteria, red blood cells, yeast, and other microorganisms.
René Descartes → Flemish dr became known for his work @ the Univ. of Padua in Italy. in 1539 a judge let him dissect the bodies of executed criminals.
Johannes Kepler → Brahe's assistant, published the results of Brahe's measurements of Mars' orbit, used measurements to solve the main problem of the Copernician theory, PROVED heliocentric theory
Andreas Vesalius → Flemish dr became known for his work @ the Univ. of Padua in Italy. in 1539 a judge let him dissect the bodies of executed criminals.
geocentric theory → Theory that the earth was the center of the universe and that the Sun, moon, and other planets revolved around the earth