In the early 1800s, scientists who studied living things changed from being "naturalists," and became more like modern-day "biologists." What was the major factor that determined this change?

0 votes
    Life scientists began cataloging the different varieties of living organisms in the world.
    Life scientists began writing and publishing their findings, sharing their discoveries with other scientists.
    Life scientists began to describe the rules of the living world, instead of just describing the forms in the living world.
    Life scientists took a vote and decided to make this change.
    Life scientists left the natural world and moved into the laboratory, where they could do more experiments.
asked May 30, 2013 in Biology by anonymous
    

1 Answer

0 votes
Life scientists began to describe the rules of the living world, instead of just describing the forms in the living world.
answered May 31, 2013 by Bioshare ~Top Expert~ (34,070 points)

Related questions




...