Contagium vivum fluidum was proposed by
(a) DJ Ivanowsky (b) MW Beijernek
(c)Stanley (d) Robert Hook
(b) MW Beijernek proposed contagium vivum fluidum means contagious living fluid. This phrase was first used to describe virus, characteristic in escaping from the finesr mesh available.
DJ Ivanowsky was a Russian Botanist who discovered the filterable nature of viruses and one of the founder of virology.
Stanley Miller was a Jewish American chemist experimented on origin of life.
Robert Hooke was the first to study and record cells using his primitive microscope.