The idea that living things can come from nonliving sources is called?


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2010-03-17 00:14:52
2010-03-17 00:14:52

It is called spontaneous generation


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living things which alive are called living things nonliving things which are not alive are called nonliving things

the answer is quite simple. It is Spontaneos Generation, because it is a mistaken idea that living things arise from nonliving sources.

the term is called abiotic and biotic for nonliving and living things.

What seperates the living from nonliving things?

Trees are living things, until they die; then they are nonliving things.

Living things can move and nonliving things can't move

what are the nonliving things and living things for a pronghorn

There is no such thing as a "non-living" cell. If you are referring to living things being produces by non-living sources that would be abiogenesis.

A place with a collection of nonliving and living organisms is an ecosystem.

Ecosystem - all living and nonliving things in an area.

The most basic difference is that living things are made of cells, and nonliving things are not.

living things are called biotic and non living avioticecosystem

non-living things of and ecosystem are called abiotic factors Living things of an ecosystem are called biotic factors

An ecosystem consists of all the living and nonliving things in an environment.

nonliving Only living things can reproduce themselves.

The Sun, soil, air, rocks, and water sources are all nonliving things in an Ecosystem.

Living things in an environment- biotic factors. Nonliving things in an environment- abiotic factors.

non living things are soil,water,air and weather.

spontaneous generation- an impossibility. by law of science, living things only come from other living things. the theory of evolution basically starts with spontaneous generation. otherwise the law is faulty. and its a law. not a theory, a law.

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