Pasteur Was Able to Disprove the Theory of Biogenesis?

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Pasteur conducted a series of experiments to disprove the theory of biogenesis. He used a flask and heated the neck of the flask until it melted and created a curve. He killed the microbes on one end of the flask. He left the other end open to air and proved that spontaneous generation could not happen.
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he showed that complex life cannot appear out of nothing.
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Life comes from life; it does not just quickly develop from organic or inorganic matter. Pasteur: http://www.bio.miami.edu/~cmallery/150/u…. Redi: http://elementaryteacher.files.wordpress
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