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Lecture 7 & 8 Three domains of life: _____ _______ ________ The five essential elements that make up pretty much everything for us to live for, which including aa. Nucleic acids and so on??? Oparin miller experiment: metabolism Amino acids could be produced from a primitive atmosphere subjected to electrical discharge CH4, N2, NH4Cl yield many common aa RNA—a few things you need to know 1. ribozyme---act as the first generation of enzymes and it is able to replicate itself in the presence of Zn now days found in clay 2. RNA contain hereditary information just like DNA does 3. RNA form easily in experiments- suggesting that it present in the primordial earth environment. Bacterial and archaea Different in many ways: in sizes in shapes and in mobility ( flagella or moving by gliding through the surface ) Definitely knows the table he listed in lecture slide, there are differences listed for all three domains. For sure that you know nuclear envelop, circular chromosome, cell-wall components and sexual reproduction. These are the hot topics that could get
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