• What is generation?

    Kate flower
    Kate flower
    February 25, 2015
    What is generation?

    The word "generation" comes from the Latin generatio, which means "birth." Generation occurs only when some processes work in a mode of association with others and form binding concepts. Generation can be both positive and negative. The only thing that can stop the generation is a completely inert state. Let's take a closer look at what generation is and in what areas this term is used.

    Generation is the process of education, the reproduction of something new.

    Generation - genus, knee (Dal Dictionary. V.I. Dal, 163-1866). In biology, the generation process is a generation that is represented by more or less even-aged individuals, which are replaced by subsequent generations. Due to the differentiation of the life cycle, subsequent generations may differ from previous ones.

    In microbiology, generation is the period in which the process of cell division occurs. For example, the generation process in a bacterium can take several minutes and even hours, which is less common.

    The process of generating an organism depends on the number of source cells, habitat conditions and hereditary factors.

    By the way, in the old days the word "generation" was pronounced through "e" - "generation". This pronunciation is outdated, but continues to be correct.

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