Define organic evolution. Why is biological evolution called organic evolution ?

Answer:

The term “organic evolution” consists of two words organic meaning “living species” and “evolution”, meaning “unfold”. The organic evolution is the unfolding of the creation cycle of different forms of organisms. As we know there are millions of different animal and plant species around us. All these types of life came into being from very basic unicellular species, including the blue-green algae produced in the oceans. These single-celled organisms have evolved over time to adapt to changing environments.

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