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OTHER WORDS FROM biogenesisbi·o·ge·net·ic [bahy-oh-juh-net-ik], /ˌbaɪ oʊ dʒəˈnɛt ɪk/, bi·o·ge·net·i·cal, bi·og·e·nous, adjectivebi·o·ge·net·i·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use biogenesis in a sentence
The Biogenesis ban would be akin to the Black Sox scandal or the barring of Pete Rose from the Hall of Fame.
A revelation like that, combined with laxity in this Biogenesis investigation, would be damning in the extreme.
For any Science which makes such a demand is false to the doctrines of Biogenesis.
In constructing his genealogies Haeckel has frequent recourse to his celebrated "Law of Biogenesis."
This description he inserts in his genealogical mosaic, by virtue of the "Law of Biogenesis."
All living substance so far as is known at present (see Biogenesis) arises only from already existing living substance.
There are not two laws of Biogenesis, one for the natural, the other for the Spiritual; one law is for both.