To review:The historical perspective of spontaneous generation hypothesis
Spontaneous generation was a hypothesis that postulated that a living organism develops from a non-living thing.
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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