Compare spontaneous generation and biogenesis?
Aristotle came up with the hypothesis that living things could be created from inanimate objects. It was a theory of the origin of life before it was proven wrong.
Spontaneous generation is when organisms created by matter... for example old rotten food creating larvas and flies. . biogenesis is the organisms created by other living cr…eatures like flies reproducing to create larvas
Spontaneous generation is only slightly related to biogenesis.Spontaneous generation proposed it was possible for organisms toreproduce without any form of sexual or asexual a…ctivity. This isan obsolete line of scientific hypothesis. Biogenesis proposes somesort of sexual activity is required for cellular organisms toreproduce.
This question regards the earlier theories as to the origins oflife. This theory came to be rejected as genetics and thebiochemical pathways to life came to be understood thro…ughevolutionary biology.
What are three controlled experiments that helped disprove the theory of spontaneous generation and led to the theory of biogenesis?
biogenesis is the matter of when living things come from other living things and spontaneous generation is when living things come from nonliving things
Describe three controlled experiments that help disprove the theory of spontaneous generation and led to the theory of biogenesis?
living things can only arise from living things and cant be spontaneously generated
biogenesis is the theory that living things come only from other living things and spontanious generation is the idea that living things come from nonliving things. --------…--------------------------------- biogenesis and abiogenesis and spontaneous generation are the same "theory". Now it's called "chemical evolution". Life arose from dead material (rock). They still believe if you throw a pile of cclothes in a closet, mice will come into existence
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It was disproved by Pasture and a number of other scientists.
bogenisis-theory that living things come only from other living things . spontaneous generation-idea that living things come from nonliving things.
No, spontaneous generation has never occurred, and according to thelaw of biogenesis, it will never occur. The law of biogenesis,along with being the fundamental law of scient…ific study, statesthat living things can only come from living things, and this hasconsistenly remained correct through multifarious experiments,particularly those of Louis Pasteur and Francesco Redi. Becausematter has no possibility of creating living matter, spontaneousgeneration has never occurred.
By asking the question, what is spontaneous generation, we are asking: can life generate itself from non-living matter? For centuries, at least back to the 4th century BC unti…l the late nineteenth century, people (including scientists) believed that simple living organisms could come into being by "spontaneous generation." It was "common knowledge" that simple organisms like worms, frogs, and salamanders could come from mud, dust, and unpreserved food. Today we know that all apparent spontaneous generation of life has an explanation. We also know that what was thought to be simple life was extremely complicated life. What we have learned is that life comes from life! For more than one hundred years, biologists have taught that spontaneous generation of life from non-living matter was disproven by the work of Redi, Spallanzani, and ultimately Pasteur. This work was so conclusive; that biology codified the "Law of Biogenesis," which states that life only comes from previously existing life. Although, this doesn't prove absolutely that life couldn't ever have generated itself from non-living matter because it is impossible to prove a universal negative. However, the Law of Biogenesis is just as solid as the Law of Gravity. Even though we accept the law of gravity, we cannot prove that if you continued to drop apples forever, that at one point, one apple may not fall. It is very interesting that life appears to be self-emergent, yet has been shown not to be self-emergent. Couldn't this be explained by an incredible design by an incredible designer? What other explanation is possible? It is amazing that in addition to the apparent spontaneous generation sources of life already mentioned, many others exist. Some include the replenishment of trees, grass, and animals after a forest fire. Another is fish in lakes that are remote and isolated. Recently, it was announced that where the ice was receding in the Polar Regions, grass was growing all over the barren areas. Many other examples exist that show how lives of insects, plants, and birds, etc. are interrelated and dependent upon other life forms for existence. Certainly what we see is consistent with the creation story in Genesis. The Scripture repeats the creation story for plants, for birds, sea creatures, and for land animals. It states that life will bring forth life after its own kind, that it was good and that life will be brought forth abundantly. That is exactly what we see, not spontaneous generation of life.
A spontaneou generation is the idea that organisms originate directly from nonliving matter
IT TOOK HUNDRED OF YEARS OF EXPERIMENTS TO CONVINCE PEOPLE THAT SPONTANEOUS GENERATION DEOS NOT OCCUR. i'm not lieing :).
The long discredited theory of spontaneous generation claimed that garbage, or organic matter in general, would spontaneously give rise to vermin such as flies and mice. The s…cientific theory is that vermin are species which reproduce, and while they may make use of garbage or organic matter as food, they do not magically appear out of those things.