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Definition of the noun abiogenesis
What does abiogenesis mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: abiogeneses
- a hypothetical organic phenomenon by which living organisms are created from nonliving matter
Alternative definition of the noun abiogenesis
- [biology] The origination of living organisms from lifeless matter; such genesis as does not involve the action of living parents; spontaneous generation.
"Abiogenesis" is a 2011 short animated action science fiction fantasy film written and directed by Richard Mans.
- country: New Zealand
- producer: Richard Mans
- written by Richard Mans
- cinematography by Richard Mans
- edited by Richard Mans
- music by Rhian Sheehan
- genres: Action Film, Animation, Science Fiction, Fantasy
- released on
"Abiogenesis" is a musical album of Tatsuya Nakatani.
- released in (5 years ago)
Abiogenesis or biopoiesis is the natural process of life arising from non-living matter such as simple organic compounds.
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by John Michels
abiogenesis is the goal of biology. On the other hand, * * * it is not sufficient for this purpose to make proteins synthetically, or to produce in gelatine or other colloidal material round granules which have an external resemblance to living cells ...
Evolution Unraveled (2015)
How Science Disproves Evolution by Randall Harris
Abiogenesis refers to first ...
Not in His Image (2006)
Gnostic Vision, Sacred Ecology, and the Future of Belief by John Lash
Abiogenesis is the name geologists give to “the development of living organisms from non-living matter; as in the supposed origin of life on Earth” (Oxford Dictionary of Earth Sciences, 2003 edition). The reality of life is that organic forms seem ...
Gods Earth Now Explained by Scientifically Interpreting Scripture. Geologic Earth Now Explained by Scientifically Interpreting Scripture. by J. Roland Kent
Abiogenesis is a theory of “reductionism;” how plants and animals grow in complexity from progressively simpler and simpler life forms all the way back to simple microorganisms. In other words, the theory proposes the chemistry of life from ...
by George Zarkadakis
Abiogenesis is a theory that postulates that life arose as autocatalytic chemical networks. Experiments have shown that certain autocatalysts react to environmental changes, and are thus susceptible to natural selection.14 Reflexivity, ...
by Ahmed A. El-Dash
they are known as coacervates which is a spherical aggregation of coacervates measureing l to 100 micrometers across, possess osmotic * The sciences, abiogenesis is the study of how life on Earth could have arisen from organic matter.
God Fact or Fiction (2014)
by Luke VandenBerghe
Abiogenesis is a theory positing that life arose from inanimate matter . Laboratory experiments that simulate the conditions of early Earth demonstrated ...
Self-Organizing Systems (2012)
The Emergence of Order by F.Eugene Yates
logically equates abiogenesis and spontaneous generation as synonyms, cross-referencing the two terms as such. Abiogenesis is the extremal opposite of hylozoism—a sophisticated form of ...
by David Darling , Dirk Schulze-Makuch
abiogenesis The development of living organisms from non-living precursors. The term was first applied by Thomas Huxley and comes from the Greek a “without” and bios “life.” Gradual abiogenesis by ...
From Alien Abductions to Zone Therapy by William F. Williams
Abiogenesis. The creationoflifefrominorganic forms of matter. One current theory as to how life originated on Earth is that it derived from inorganic matter that was already in place. Some chemists suggest that “selfreplicating” matter—in other ...
by Michael Allaby
abiogenesis. The development of living organisms from nonliving matter, as in the supposed origin of life on Earth, or in the concept of spontaneous generation which was once held to account for the origin of life but which modern ...
by Alan L. Mackay
Biogenesis and Abiogenesis. Collected Essays viii 137 If all the books in the world except the ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1910)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm
ABIOGENESIS, in biology, the term, equivalent to the older terms “spontaneous generation,” Generalia acquivom, Gnu-ratio Mimaria, and of more recent terms such as archegenesis and archcbiosis, for the theory according to which fully ...
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Scrabble value of A1B3I1O1G2E1N1E1S1I1S1
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