Difference between revisions of "Biogenesis"

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[[Biogenesis]]
 
[[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]]. 
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A [[term]] used to [[state]] that [[life]] [[arises]] from previously existing [[life]], and never from things which are not [[alive]].
[[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 arises from previously existing life, and never from things which are not alive.