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How did Francesco Redi disprove the idea of spontaneous generation?

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  1. anonymous
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    Is there a story behind this? I would be glad to help :)

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    Oh never mind. Francesco Redi disproved spontaneous generation for large organisms by showing that maggots arose from meat only when flies laid eggs in the meat.

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