Difference between revisions of "abiogenesis"

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|etymology=Greek <i>a</i>, without; <i>bios</i>, life; <i>genesis</i>, beginning
 
|etymology=Greek <i>a</i>, without; <i>bios</i>, life; <i>genesis</i>, beginning
|definition=The theoretical concept that life can arise from non-living matter; spontaneous generation; archebiosis; archegenesis, archigenesis
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|see also=[[biogenesis]], [[neobiogenesis]].
 
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Latest revision as of 23:39, 13 September 2013

abiogenesis (noun; Greek a, without; bios, life; genesis, beginning): The theoretical concept that life can arise from non-living matter; spontaneous generation; archebiosis; archegenesis, archigenesis

See also: biogenesis, neobiogenesis.