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Microbiology: An Introduction

12th Edition
Gerard J. Tortora + 2 others
ISBN: 9780321929150

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Microbiology: An Introduction

12th Edition
Gerard J. Tortora + 2 others
ISBN: 9780321929150
Summary Introduction

To review:The historical perspective of spontaneous generation hypothesis

Introduction:

Spontaneous generation was a hypothesis that postulated that a living organism develops from a non-living thing.

Explanation

Explanation

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Conclusion

Conclusion:

Since the time of Louis Pasteur’s theory of biogenesis had been introduced, no one was able to refute Pasteur’s experiment and that ended the concept of abiogenesis or spontaneous generation.

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