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State the two principal outcomes of the experiments conducted by Louis Pasteur on origin of life.
The two principal outcomes of the experiments conducted by Louis Pasteur on origin of life –
a) Life comes from pre-existing life
b) In the pre-sterilized flask, new life doesn’t come from the killed yeast but in the other flask exposed to air, new organisms occur from the killed yeast. Thus, dismissing the concept of spontaneous generation.
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