how did the theory of biogenesis lead the way for germ theory disease
The theory that replaced the theory of spontaneous generation is the theory of biogenesis. Biogenesis is the production of new living organisms or organelles.
Louis pasteur was the one to support th theory of biogenesis.
Biogenesis and cell theory support each other because for another living thing to be created, (biogenesis law) the cells must divide and duplicate (Cell theory). So they both support each other
Do you mean abiogenesis? Biogenesis is just cell theory and cells come from cells. Pasteur did not disprove biogenesis or abiogenesis. He disproved spontaneous generation which is a very different thing.
The theory of biogenesis is simply the idea that life is born from other life, as opposed to the theory of abiogensis, which states that life came about from non-life through natural processes.
The biogenesis theory states that all living things can only be produced by living things and have no other way of coming into existence. This is the opposite from what is stated in the spontaneous theory.
the strengths are that living things do come from other living things, dogs come from dogs, people come from people, weaknesses are that there had to be a first living thing, but it wuldnt esist because there was nothing before it
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The Law of Biogenesis, attributed to Louis Pasteur, states that life arises from pre-existing life, not from nonliving material.
what are the strengths and weakness of modernization theory
Life comes from mother obviously. lol
The theory of biogenesis states that living cells arise from preexisting living cells. In the theory of germ disease, it was found that diseases are caused by microorganisms such as bacteria. The correlation is that microorganisms are able to thrive off living cells.
This theory is called biogenesis. It was formulated by Louis Pasteur.
Strengths of Rostow's theory of production
it is called biogenesis
Living things come from only other living things
Louis Pasteur is the name of the French chemist who supplied proof for the theory of biogenesis. The theory in question observes that life comes from life by way of reproduction. Experiments by the French-born chemist and microbiologist in question (December 27, 1822 - September 28, 1895) still serve as refutation of the theory of spontaneous generation.