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The origins of prebiological systems and of their molecular matrices
Sidney W. Fox
|Statement||Edited by Sidney W. Fox.|
|Contributions||Florida State University. Institute for Space Biosciences., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|LC Classifications||QH325 .F67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 482 p.|
|Number of Pages||482|
|LC Control Number||64024656|
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The origins of prebiological systems and of their molecular matrices: proceedings of a conference conducted at Wakulla Springs, Florida, on October,under the auspices of the Institute for Space Biosciences [of] the Florida State University and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Fox, Sidney W.
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- The Origins of Prebiological Systems and of Their Molecular Matrices (eBook). Haldane, J. S.,in “The Origins of Prebiological Systems and their Molecular Matrices,” S. Fox, ed., pp. 11–18, Academic Press, New York and London. This series on origin-of-life theories will be concluded in a future issue.
REFERENCES. 1 S. Fox, Ed., The Origins of Prebiological Systems and of Their Molecular Matrices, Academic Press, New York, 2 S.
Fox and K. Dose, Molecular Evolution and the Origin of Life, Freeman Pub. Co., San Francisco, In The Origin of Prebiological Systems and of their Molecular Matrices, p. New York: In The Origin of Prebiological Systems and of Their Molecular Matrices (ed. Fox, S.
W.), p. A minimal living system and the origin of a protocell. Advances in Space Research, Vol. 4, Issue. 12, p. Second, the origin of life problem is linked to “the origin of molecular systems having certain properties”, most significantly the capacity to confine or compartmentalize chemical reaction networks, thereby promoting reactivity.
Considering the prebiological emergence of a particular group of self-replicating molecules, only RNA or RNA. Origins of Prebiological Systems and of Their Molecular Matrices. New York Academic Press. ^ Krehl, Peter O. History of Shock Waves, Explosions and Impact: A Chronological and Biographical Reference.
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Examples abound: prebiological molecules bathed in energy were selected in soupy seas to become the building blocks of life; certain kinds of amino-acid bonding were favored while others were excluded, implying that the evolutionary steps toward life yielded new states more thermodynamically stable than their precursor molecules.
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