Difference between revisions of "Biogenesis"

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[[Biogenesis]]
  
The [[Theory]] that [[Life]] always [[Arises]] from previously existing [[Life]], and never from things which are not [[Alive]] ([[As]] would [[Be]] the [[Case]] for the [[Theory]] of [[Spontaneous]] generation).
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A [[Term]] used to [[State]] that [[Life]] always [[Arises]] from previously existing [[Life]], and never from things which are not [[Alive]] (as would be the [[Case]] for the [[Belief]] in the [[Spontaneous generation]] of [[Life]], i.e. abiogenesis). This has been confirmed by [[Many]] [[Years]] of experimentation and [[Observation]], and [[Biogenesis]] [[Now]] has the [[Status]] of a [[Scientific]] [[Law]]. Its [[Reliability]] as a [[Law]] is depended [[Upon]] by the [[Medical]] [[Profession]] and [[Food industry]] for [[Hygiene]], [[Sterilisation]] and [[Food]] [[Preservation]].
[[Production]] of [[A]] [[Chemical Compound]] by [[A]] living organism.Production of [[A]] [[Chemical Compound]] by [[A]] living organism.The [[Production]] of living [[Organisms]] from other living [[Organisms]].A [[Term]] stating that [[New]] [[Species]] can only [[Be]] created by [[Ancestors]] [[Who]] have [[A]] [[Similar]] [[Genetic]] make-up.
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[[Production]] of a [[Chemical Compound]] by a living [[Organism]]. The [[Production]] of living [[Organisms]] from other living [[Organisms]]. A [[Term]] stating that [[New]] [[Species]] can only be created by [[Ancestors]] who have a [[Similar]] [[Genetic]] make-up.

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Biogenesis

A Term used to State that Life always Arises from previously existing Life, and never from things which are not Alive (as would be the Case for the Belief in the Spontaneous generation of Life, i.e. abiogenesis). This has been confirmed by Many Years of experimentation and Observation, and Biogenesis Now has the Status of a Scientific Law. Its Reliability as a Law is depended Upon by the Medical Profession and Food industry for Hygiene, Sterilisation and Food Preservation. Production of a Chemical Compound by a living Organism. The Production of living Organisms from other living Organisms. A Term stating that New Species can only be created by Ancestors who have a Similar Genetic make-up.