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Micrographia, or, Some physiological descriptions of minute bodies made by magnifying glasses :with observations and inquiries thereupon

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“…Insect adhesive organs -either smooth, soft pads or arrays of adhesive setae -have attracted the interest of scientists for more than three centuries (Hooke, 1665;Blackwall, 1830;West, 1862;Dewitz, 1884;Gorb, 1998;Niederegger et al, 2002). Owing to their structural diversity and striking mechanical performance (Beutel and Gorb, 2001), numerous experimental studies have been conducted to understand the functional principles behind specific morphological features.…”
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“…Insect adhesive organs -either smooth, soft pads or arrays of adhesive setae -have attracted the interest of scientists for more than three centuries (Hooke, 1665;Blackwall, 1830;West, 1862;Dewitz, 1884;Gorb, 1998;Niederegger et al, 2002). Owing to their structural diversity and striking mechanical performance (Beutel and Gorb, 2001), numerous experimental studies have been conducted to understand the functional principles behind specific morphological features.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Structural colour, which is produced by the interaction of light with transparent microstructures, has been identified in the scientific literature since 1665 (Hooke 1665;Newton 1730). It has been shown to occur both widely in current species as well as in the fossil record (Vukusic & Sambles 2003;Parker 2005).…”
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“…Christiaan Huygens invented the first achromatically corrected eyepiece, known as the "Huygens ocular", in the late 17th century [15]. Robert Hooke became the first to construct a microscope with a built-in illumination source in 1655 [16]. His device closely resembled the familiar optical microscopes of today.…”
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