Q. 23.7( 11 Votes )
The theory of spontaneous generation stated that:
A. life arose from living forms only
B. life can arise from both living and non-living
C. life can arise from non-living things only.
D. life arises spontaneously, neither from living nor from the non-living.
According to the theory of Spontaneous generation the life of living organisms came from decaying and rotting matters like straw, mud, etc.
Life arose non-living things only according to theory of Spontaneous generation.
Hence the correct answer is option (c).
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