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-Figure (oval): Drawing of a piece of cork by Robert Hooke. The structure of the cells can be seen. Cork is taken from the bark of the cork oak tree (//Quercus suber//). Cork is one of the first objects ever examined through a microscope. It inspired the scientist Robert Hooke to name the individual unit of an organism a cell.+Figure (oval): Drawing of a piece of cork by Robert Hooke (1665). The structure of the cells can be seen. Cork is taken from the bark of the cork oak tree (//Quercus suber//). Cork is one of the first objects ever examined through a microscope. It inspired the scientist Robert Hooke to name the individual unit of an organism a cell.
  
 The key to cork’s many properties is its honeycomb cell structure. Each cell is a 14-sided polyhedron filled with air with an extremely strong and flexible membrane that is waterproof and airtight. ​ The key to cork’s many properties is its honeycomb cell structure. Each cell is a 14-sided polyhedron filled with air with an extremely strong and flexible membrane that is waterproof and airtight. ​
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