Difference between Biogenesis and Abiogenesis
|1.||The view that living things arise from living things only.||1.||The view that living things arise from nonliving things spontaneously.|
|2.||The ancient people believed in biogenesis and abiogenesis.||2.||Modern people do not believe in abiogenesis.|
|1.||The hypothesis is a scientific guess.||1.||The theory is a tested guess.|
|2.||All hypotheses do not become theories.||2.||All theories do not become laws.|
|3.||A hypothesis is a tentative explanation of an observation.||3.||A theory is an experimental verification of a hypothesis.|
The view that living things can develop only from other living things is called biogenesis.
The old belief that living things can spontaneously develop from nonliving is termed as abiogenesis.
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