- the production of living organisms from other living organisms.
Origin of biogenesis
Examples from the Web for biogenesis
Contemporary Examples of biogenesis
A revelation like that, combined with laxity in this Biogenesis investigation, would be damning in the extreme.
The Biogenesis ban would be akin to the Black Sox scandal or the barring of Pete Rose from the Hall of Fame.
Historical Examples of biogenesis
Biogenesis opposes to this the whole doctrine of Regeneration.
Biogenesis, in like manner, will act wherever there is life.
Men who reject this source of information, by the Law of Biogenesis, can have no other.
According to the doctrine of Biogenesis, life can only come from life.
This, says Haeckel, is what the "fundamental Law of Biogenesis" teaches us.At the Deathbed of Darwinism
- the principle that a living organism must originate from a parent organism similar to itselfCompare abiogenesis
- The principle that life originates from preexisting life and not from nonliving material.
- Generation of living organisms from other living organisms.