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203 study guide for quiz 1 Fom the section titled “life on planetaty surfaces”, know in detail how the atmospheres of Venus, Earth, and Mars are different and know in detail how why the atmospheres of Venus, Earth, and Mars are different Figure 1.3 – burn that diagram into your memory banks During the early part of history (ocean already existed) what chemical was a building block for more
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Unformatted text preview: complex organic molecules? Stanley Miller’s experiment and Figure 1.6 Box 1.1 on page 7 Section titled “toward the first living cell” Know the role of clay minerals and clay particles in the emergence of life on Earth. This topic is discussed in several instances between pages 7 and 11. Know the likely locations that life started as discussed on pages 12 and 13...
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