Monogenesis meaning

mŏnə-jĕnĭ-sĭs
Development from a single source, such as a cell, an ancestor, or a language.
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The hypothetical descent of all living organisms from a single original organism or cell.
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Asexual reproduction, as by budding or spore formation.
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Development from a single source, such as a cell, an ancestor, or a language.
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(anthropology) The theory that mankind originated with a single ancestor or ancestral couple.
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(linguistics) The theory that all languages, or a particular set of languages, originated from a single source.
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The emergence from a single cause.
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Origin of monogenesis

  • mono- +"Ž -genesis

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