Differences between hypothesis and theory, Biology

DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HYPOTHESIS AND THEORY -

 

 

1.

Hypothesis

 

It is a reasoned or educated guess about a

 

 

1.

Theory

 

Theory of a predictive generalization of a scientific

 

 

2.

scientific phenomenon.

Hypothesis is not supported by any critical,

 

 

2.

phenomenon.

A theory is supported by critical, accurate and

 

accurate and repeatable experimentation or observation.

 

repeatable experimentation or observation.

3.

Hypothesis cannot foretell result of any

3.

It can foretell result of an experimentation under

 

observation or experimentation under any set

 

certain set of condition.

 

of conditions.

 

 

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