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THE CAROTENOIDS OF SOME BASIDIOMYCETES: A CHEMIOTAXIONOMIC SURVEY

By: FIASSON, J. L
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Abiogenesis

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...e earliest known life forms on Earth. Abiogenesis ( [1]) or biopoiesis[2] is the natural process of [3][4][5][6] ... ...imentary rocks discovered in Western Greenland.[17] The exact steps in the abiogenesis process, whether occurring on Earth or elsewhere, remain unknow... ... 2.2 The origin of the terms biogenesis and abiogenesis 2.3 Alternatives to ... ... 8 Other models of abiogenesis 8.1 Clay hypothesis ... ...rine hydrothermal setting provides a suitable site for the origin of life, abiogenesis could have happened as early as 4.0 to 4.2 Ga, whereas if ... ...as 4.0 to 4.2 Ga, whereas if it occurred at the surface of the Earth, abiogenesis could only have occurred between 3.7 and 4.0 Ga.[33] ... ...m from outside. The origin of the terms biogenesis and abiogenesis The term biogenesis is usually credited to e... ...r the Advancement of Science, delivered an address entitled Biogenesis and Abiogenesis.[42] In it he introduced the term biogenesis (with an opposite ... ...genesis (with an opposite meaning to Bastian) and also introduced the term abiogenesis: And thus the hypothesis that liv...

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A SYSTEM FOR CONTROLLING THE THREE DIMENSIONAL MOTION OF A SPACECRAFT DURING ITS ATMOSPHERE ENTRY

By: VEDROV, V. S. ; RUBTSOVA, I. A; VLADYCHIN, G. P.
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How Life Began

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Emergent organic chemistry under various planetary conditions and extraterrestrial matrices and environments first annual report (1 oct. 1961 - 30 sep. 1962)

By: Fox, S. W. ; Metz, C. B; Hess, S. L.

...sciplinary. Approaches to objectives (a) and (b) now include: Studies of abiogenesis in the earthbound laboratory, Preparation of devices to measur... ...t on a permanent basis. 7 PROGRESS IN RESEARCH Experimental Studies of Abiogenesis Stages in abiogenesis can be conveniently divided into: 1. Pr... ...ly imide linkages, can be studied. ------------------ In the context of abiogenesis, and of peptide and protein chemistry, 1. 1 salient contribu...

...ction information: NASA Publication Collection; Astrophysics and Technical Documents; Emergent organic chemistry under various planetary conditions - abiogenesis, planetary atmospheres, plants, chromosomes, & fertilization phy...

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Ketene

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Simplified longitudinal-stability analysis for a glider in towed flight

By: Maryniak, J
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OOL

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... Ool (Sport) Origin of life, Abiogenesis Categories A...

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Zero-gravity quantity gaging system

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Autogenesis

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...Autogenesis may refer to: Abiogenesis - the origin of life, as used by Aristotle and in modern theory...

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Discourses Biological and Geological; Essays by Thomas H. Huxley

By: Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895

...6 (A Lecture delivered at the South Kensington Museum. ) VIII BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS [1870] 229 (The Presidential Address to the Meeting of the Br... ...e the realisation of my hopes by the present Director.] VIII BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS (THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS TO THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ... ...iven in, or a long-continued siege had made no progress. 230 BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS vm I propose to endeavour to follow this ancient precedent, i... ...enter their minds even to doubt that these low forms of VIII BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS 231 life were generated in the matters in which they made the... ...rm vapours raised by the sun " ? 2 1 Corinthians xv. 36, 232 BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS vill the most enlightened nations, eighteen hundred years ago... ... naturae sponte, et sequivoca (ut aiuut) generatione, a VIII BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS 233 wonderful little treatise is not with generation, in the ... ... to say respecting Harvey's opinions, Esperienze, p. 11. 234 BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS vill simplicity of his experiments, and the clearness of his ... ...ched, upon the gauze. The conclusion, therefore, is un- VIII BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS 235 avoidable ; the maggots are not generated by the meat, bu... ...ento, dico, inclinato, a credere che tutti quei vermi si 236 BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS vill And thus the hypothesis that living matter always arises...

...l <1870>.--On the border territory between the animal and the vegetable kingdoms <1876>.--A lobster; or, The study of zoology <1861>.--Biogenesis and abiogenesis <1870>.--Geological contemporaneity and persistent types of life <1862>.--Geological reform <1869>.--Paleontology and the doctrine of evolution <1870>...

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Chemical evolution

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...nts by stellar thermonuclear fusion or supernovae Abiogenesis, the transition from nonliving elements to living systems ...

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Critiques and Addresses

By: Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895

...1870 has not yet received its solution, it is not because the champions of Abiogenesis have been idle, or wanting in confidence. But every new asserti... ...residential Address to the Geological Society, 1870) 181 X. BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS. (The Presidential Address to the British Association for the A... ...tions of your President a pleasure instead of a burden. X. BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS. (THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS TO THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE A... ...put before you the history of the rise and progress of x.] BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS. 219 a single biological doctrine ; and I shall try to give som... ...difettuosamente parlassi, esser corretto ; non tacero, x.] BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS. 223 matter always arises by the agency of pre-existing living ... ... that living matter may be produced by not living matter the hypothesis of Abiogenesis. In the seventeenth century, as I have said, the latter was the... ...bachi di esse piante. E chi sa forse, che molti frutti x.] BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS. 225 It is of great importance to apprehend Kedi's position rig... ...lists have been working ever since. Clearly, he held Biogenesis as against Abiogenesis ; and I shall immediately proceed, in the first place, to inqui... ...ir multiplication by germs of one. sort or another, that the hypothesis of Abiogenesis began to appear not only untrue, but absurd ; and, in the middl...

....--On the methods and results of ethnology.--On some fixed points in British ethnology.--Palaeontology and the doctrine of evolution.--Biogenesis and abiogenesis.--Mr. Darwins critics.--The genealogy of animals (a review of Haeckels Natrliche sch”pfungsgeschichte).--Bishop Berkeley on the metaphysics of sensation...

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Big History

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...nets 5: Abiogenesis and evolution of life ... ...nets 5: Abiogenesis and evolution of life ...

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A First Course in Higher Algebra

By: Merrill, Helen Abbot, 1864-1949; Smith, Eliza, Joint Author

...l 1870. -- On the border territory between the animal and the vegetable kingdoms 1876. -- A lobster; or, The study of zoology 1861. -- Biogenesis and abiogenesis 1870. -- Geological contemporaneity and persistent types of life 1862. -- Geological reform 1869. -- Paleontology and the doctrine of evolution 1870...

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Henry Charlton Bastian

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...861 at the University of London . He was an advocate of the doctrine of abiogenesis . He believed he has witnessed the spontaneous generation of li...

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Discourses Biological and Geological; Essays by Thomas H. Huxley

By: Thomas Henry Huxley

........................................................68 VIII. BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS................................................................. ...KINGDOMS • VII. A LOBSTER; OR, THE STUDY OF ZOOLOGY • VIII. BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS • IX. GEOLOGICAL CONTEMPORANEITY AND PERSISTENT TYPES OF LIF... ... the realisation of my hopes by the present Director.]] VIII. BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS (THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS TO THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ... ...er becomes turbid and full of living matter. Discourses VIII. BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS 79 The philosophers of antiquity, interrogated as to the cau... ...cting Harvey's opinions, Esperienze, p. 11.] Discourses VIII. BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS 80 The first distinct enunciation of the hypothesis that all... ...ne—that living matter may be produced by not living matter—the hypothesis of Abiogenesis. [Footnote 4: “Pure contentandomi sempre in questa ed in cias... ... Corpora tabescunt in parva animalia verti'— Discourses VIII. BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS 81 Io mi sento, dico, inclinato, a credere che tutti quei ve... ...e cresce altresi a suo tempo quel verme, che Discourses VIII. BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS 82 nell' uovo si racchiude; il qual verme, quando la gallozz... ...alists have been working ever since. Clearly, he held Biogenesis as against Abiogenesis; and I shall immediately proceed, in the first place, to inqu...

... ON THE BORDER TERRITORY BETWEEN THE ANIMAL AND THE VEGETABLE -- KINGDOMS, 58 -- VII. A LOBSTER; OR, THE STUDY OF ZOOLOGY, 68 -- VIII. BIOGENESIS AND ABIOGENESIS, 79 -- IX. GEOLOGICAL CONTEMPORANEITY AND PERSISTENT TYPES OF LIFE, 93 -- X. GEOLOGICAL REFORM, 104 -- XI. PALAEONTOLOGY AND THE DOCTRINE OF EVOLUTION, 116...

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Hugh Ross (creationist)

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Lettres, Instructions et Memoires de Colbert : Publies D'Apres les Ordres de L'Empereur, Sur la Proposition de Son Excellence M. Magne, Ministre Secretaire D'Etat des Finances : Vol. 1

By: Colbert, Jean Baptiste 1691-1683

...of coal 1870.--On the border territory between the animal and the vegetable kingdoms 1876.--A lobster: or, The study of zoology 1861.--Biogenesis and abiogenesis 1870.--Geological contemporaneity and persistent types of life 1862.--Geological reform 1869.--Palaeontology and the doctrine of evolution 1870...

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Giacinto Cestoni

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...provoked by Sarcoptes scabiei. See also Abiogenesis External links ...

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Protoplasm: Its Origin, Varieties, And Functions

By: Hayward, John William, 1828

...cious- ness, memory, recollection, will, judgment, the soul. Appendix, on "abiogenesis" Special creations Orderly development of the world. REFERENCE... ...o some unknown region. > APPENDIX. (See page 27.) SPONTANEOUS GENERATION, ABIOGENESIS. IN past times many special creations were contended for, in pa...

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On Nature (Anaximander)

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...animals descended from fish once the world's oceans began to dry up. Also he described a theory of abiogenesis in his book in the way that he believed...

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The Origin of Life : A Reply to Sir Oliver Lodge

By: Mccabe, Joseph, 1867-1955

...life. That is to say, Sir Oliver Lodge on one page tells us that a fact of abiogenesis or spontaneous generation would be a repetition of the process ... ... discarding the facts of biogenesis " and enter- taining the hypothesis of abiogenesis. Then Sir Oliver endeavours to extricate himself by a remarkabl... ...ife. As Sir Oliver Lodge himself holds (p. 197) that even a proved fact of abiogenesis (as in Mr. Burke's experiments) would not support Haeckel's the... ...it seems a pity he referred at all to the question of actual biogenesis or abiogenesis. His own hypothesis of the origin of life is wholly inde- pende... ...nded on taking his degree was one that stoutly attacked the possibility of abiogenesis. He knew little about it in those days : few scholars did. In t...

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Drake equation

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...ks, N. Y., 1968 ^ "Carbon Based Lifeforms – Abiogenesis". Last.fm. Retrieved 23 March 2012.  ...

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Points of Contact between Revelation and Natural Science

By: Dawson, John William, Sir 1820-1899

...here either confess its ignorance, and say that it knows nothing of such " abiogenesis/' l or must fall back on the old formula, " God said." Let itbe... ...quiry 1 It is sometimes urged against the idea of creation that it implies abiogenesis or production without previous life. But there must have been a...

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Hypercycle (chemistry)

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...elf-replicative. See also Abiogenesis Autocatalytic set ... ...elf-replicative. See also Abiogenesis Autocatalytic set ...

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Scientific Theory and Catholic Doctrine

By: Zahm, John Augustine, 1851-1921

...NATURE OF LIFE. PAGES SPONTANEOUS Generation The Nature of Life The Germ of Life Abiogenesis Artificial Production of Life Proto plasm 171-194 CHAPTER... ...NCE AND DOCTRINE. a generation since the brilliant experi ments of Pasteur drove abiogenesis from its last stronghold. For over two thousand years the... ...experiment are concerned, must ever remain in inscrutable and insoluble mystery. Abiogenesis. So far as science can pronounce on the matter, spontaneo... ...e is, as yet, no warranty whatever for believing that 182 SCIENCE AND DOCTRINE. abiogenesis obtains now, or ever has obtained, at any time in the pas... ...g spontaneous generation. Not only w r ere they all fullypersuaded ofthe fact of abiogenesis, in the case of certain of the lower forms of life, but t... ... re searches, that so far as experiment can give any information on the subject, abiogenesis is a chimera. But whilewe cheerfully accord to these grea... ... what matters it? The Fathers and Schoolmen found no diffi culty in believing in abiogenesis, and most of them, if not all of them, be lieved in it so... ...accepted until about a century ago. Materialists then be thought themselves that abiogenesis might be urged as an argument in favor of Materialism. Th... ...science discovered that so far as evidence goes REFLECTIONS AND CONCLUSION. 293 abiogenesis is not a fact, and, still later, it dawned upon a few the...

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Graham Cairns-Smith

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...ight have been involved in the prehistory of DNA, the "clay hypothesis" of abiogenesis is not so popular, as with several other abiogenesis hypotheses... ... fashionable at that time, Richard Dawkins used it as the example model of abiogenesis in his 1986 book The Blind Watchmaker. Extraterrestrial bioche...

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Some Errors of H. G. Wells; A Catholic's Criticism of the Outline of History

By: Downey, Richard, Abp., 1881

...a theistic theory of evolution based on the Mosaic cosmogony. 1 St. Thomas thought abiogenesis not incompatible with a theistic interpretation of the ... ...he action of living germs. The history of the mediaeval controversy with regard to abiogenesis is in itself sufficient to convince any honest enquirer...

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Biogenesis

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... form from nonliving materials, however, Thomas Henry Huxley chose the term abiogenesis and redefined biogenesis for life arising from preexisting ... ...m preexisting life. The generation of life from non-living material is called abiogenesis, and has occurred at least once in the history of the Eart... ... that higher forms of life did not originate spontaneously, but proponents of abiogenesis claimed that this did not apply to microbes and continued ...

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Some Errors of H.G. Wells; A Catholic's Criticism of the Outline of History

By: Downey, Richard

...ic theory of evolution based on the Mosaic cosmogony. 1 St. Thomas thought abiogenesis not incompatible with a theistic interpretation of the universe... ...n of living germs. The history of the mediaeval controversy with regard to abiogenesis is in itself sufficient to convince any honest enquirer that th...

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Eidonomy

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... Origin (abiogenesis) ...

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Science and Speculation

By: Lewes, George Henry, 1817-1878

... hard to conceive. The only other point in the chapter worth noting is the com ment on abiogenesis, and this will be met at a later stage. 1 I turn to... ... he must bridge a chasm with " a pure hypothesis," as he calls his theory of abiogenesis ; though he does not even put out a hypothesis with... ...l be interest ing to see first how far the doctrine of the first appearance of life by abiogenesis is accepted by theistic writers. It is well known t... ...le phenomenon of a group of ardent religious apologists subscribing to the doctrine of abiogenesis. But " Merlin " might quote a number of s... ...n in yet stronger language, and who denounce Haeckel with some vigour for representing abiogenesis as a scientific theorem. There is Dr. Horton, the a... ... stand alone, so the quotation is manipulated. More over, the phrase, " to reject abiogenesis is to admit a miracle," is quoted by Haeckel f... ...Haeckel says (p. 91) : "I restrict the idea of spontaneous generation also called abiogenesis or archigony to the first development of living pro... ...t the only point on which scientists are agreed and Haeckel is quite with them is that abiogenesis does not take place to-day ; that is a thesis which... ...ngle biologist to say that his science is against Haeckel s "hypothesis " of abiogenesis in the past. I will presently quote more than one i...

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Primordial

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... Primordial sea (a.k.a. primordial ocean, ooze or soup). See abiogenesis Primordial nuclide, nuclides, a few ra...

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The Rocks of Deer Creek, Harford County, Maryland : Their Legends and History

By: Wysong, Thomas Turner

... ety, incidentally refers to the theory of Biogenesis and its opposite theory, Abiogenesis (spontaneous 10 110 THE ROCKS OF DEER CHEEK. generation), ... ...ofessor Huxley, might have to say upon Biogenesis and its antagonistic theory, Abiogenesis, I turned to an in- augural address delivered by him to the... ... myself against the supposition that 1 intend to suggest that no such thing as Abiogenesis (spontaneous gener- ation) has ever taken place in the past...

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Autocatalysis

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...riment follows a sigmoid curve, the reaction is likely to be autocatalytic. Abiogenesis hypothesis In 1995 Stuart Kauffman proposed that life ini... ...t Richard Dawkins wrote about autocatalysis as a potential explanation for abiogenesis in his 2004 book The Ancestor's Tale . He cites experime...

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The Rocks of Deer Creek, Harford County, Maryland : Their Legends and History

By: Wysong, Thomas Turner

... Soci- ety, incidentally refers to the theory of Biogenesis and its opposite theory, Abiogenesis (spontaneous 10 no THE ROCKS OF DEER CREEK. generati... ...on, Professor Huxley, might have to say upon Biogenesis and its antagonistic theory, Abiogenesis, I turned to an in- augural address delivered by him ... ... guard myself against the supposition that I intend to suggest that no such thing as Abiogenesis (spontaneous gener- ation) has ever taken place in th...

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Our Dynamic Earth

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...ave shaped the Earth (known as earth science). This includes the Big Bang, abiogenesis, plate tectonics and glaciation.[1] The cen... ...ave shaped the Earth (known as earth science). This includes the Big Bang, abiogenesis, plate tectonics and glaciation.[1] The cen...

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The Origin of Life on the Earth

By: Oparin, Aleksandr Ivanovich, 1894-1980; Synge, Ann

...y rest assured that this is a matter for the not so distant future. INDEX Abiogenesis of organic compounds nitrogenous, 170, 172, 178-84, 188, 192,... ...353, 371, 385 Albertus Magnus, 10 Amino acids (cf. Polypeptides, Pro- teins) abiogenesis, 96, 100, 108, 179-81, 203, 211, 214, 216 biosynthesis of, 40... ...s, 123, 125-9, 140-2, 159-61, 167-8 Carbohydrates {cf. Glycolytic sys- tems) abiogenesis of, 189, 198-201 laboratory synthesis, 108, 162-5 Carbon diox... ...1-2, 399- 404, 409-13, 419-37 Engels, F., 33-4, 46, 92, 230-1, 348-9 Enzymes abiogenesis, 93-7, 217, 261-2 active centres of, 247, 250-3, 372 co-ordin... ...255, 259-60 INDEX 498 Huxley, T. H., 73-4 Hydrocarbons (cf. Polymerisation) abiogenesis of, 67, 94-5, 109, 129-30, 159. 165-9 abiogenic transformatio... ...s, inorganic (cf. Ammonia), 74, 84, 116, 138, 142, 178-82, 203 Nucleic acids abiogenesis, 208-9, 211 biosynthesis, 208-10, 216, 271, 286-8, 391-2 in c... ...n protein synthesis, 265, 267-8, 272-90, 362 structure, 280-4 Nucleoproteins abiogenesis, 217 self-reproduction, 232 viral, 275-9 Nucleosides abiogene... ...32 viral, 275-9 Nucleosides abiogenesis, 203-5 biosynthesis, 205 Nucleotides abiogenesis, 189, 203, 205, 319 in nucleic acids, 275, 279-85 in peptide ... ...elsus, 14-6, 44 Pasteur, Louis, 28-31, 37, 45, 48, 50. 55. 375. 388 Pentoses abiogenesis, 199 in alcoholic fermentation, 428 in nucleosides, 205, 208 ...

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Primordial sandwich

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...anes, and, therefore, the first cell. According to the two main models of abiogenesis, RNA world and iron-sulfur world, prebioticFrom the roots pre (...

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