Type: Term Pronunciation: bī′ō-jen′ĕ-sis Definitions: 1. Term given by Huxley to the principle that life originates from preexisting life only and never from nonliving material. 2. The principle that a living organism can only originate from a living organism similar to itself. Synonyms: biosynthesis See: spontaneous gene
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- the production of living organisms from other living organisms
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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). ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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the production of living organisms from other living organisms
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(bi″o-jen´ә-sis) the theory, opposed to spontaneous generation, that living matter always arises by the agency of preexisting living matter.
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• (n.) Alt. of Biogeny
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(from the article `cell`) ...microscopy, they could be grown easily and rapidly. Thus it was that French chemist and microbiologist Louis Pasteur`s studies of microbes ...
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biogenesis 1. The generation of living things from other pre-existing life forms. 2. The principle that living organisms develop only from other living organisms and not from nonliving matter. 3. The theory that living things can arise only from other living things and cannot be spontaneously created. A term presented by Thomas Huxley to the pri
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Biogenesis is the belief that living things come only from other living things, e.g. a spider lays eggs, which develop into spiders. It may also refer to biochemical processes of production in living organisms. ==Spontaneous generation== The ancient Greeks believed that living things could spontaneously come into being from nonliving matter, and t
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The production of substances, biological structures, or new organisms by existing life-forms. Compare with abiogenesis.
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Biogenesis is a biological term coined in 1870 by Huxley to express the hypothesis that living matter always arises by the agency of pre-existing living matter. The opposite idea, that of spontaneous generation or abiogenesis, which states that living things may arise from non-living matter was generally held previously.
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Biogenesis is the history of life development generally and specifically, that department of biological science which speculates on the mode by which new species have been introduced; often restricted to that view which holds that living organisms can spring only from living parents.
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"Biogenesis" is the twenty-second episode and the sixth season finale of the science fiction television series The X-Files. The episode first aired in the United States and Canada on May 16, 1999 on the Fox Network, and aired in the United Kingdom and Ireland on July 25, 1999 on Sky1. It was written by executive producers Chri
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