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Abiogenesis (2)

Abiogenesis (2) - and Oxygen It is discovered by French...

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Abiogenesis Origin of Life
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Meaning of Abiogenisis Abiogenisis regard as the study of how particular groups of living things change over time Abiogenisis is the theory of law respect to how life on earth form with inanimate matter
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How life formed? In the beginning of life on Earth , amino acid form via natural chemical reaction to life and it is regard as “ the building blocks of life” In the theory of abiogenisis, “ Replication” and “ Metabolism” are two processes to go through in life. Billion years after formation of Earth itself, there are several hypothesis about early life. The iron sulfur world theory and RNA world hypothesis are key element.
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Video about Abiogenisis http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9ZRHoawyOg
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Amino acid In all living things, amino acid use to convert into protein and mediate into nucleic acid The key elements contain: Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen
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Unformatted text preview: and Oxygen It is discovered by French Chemist LouisNicolas Vauquelin in 18 th Century Cystine was discovered in 19 th Century RNA world hypothesis It tells origin of life is generated on RNA predates , DNA and protein RNA world hypothesis was first honored by Nobel winner Walter Gilbert in 1986 Consist of nitrogenous base attached a phosphate backbone Iron sulfur world theory a set of proposals for the origin of life and the early evolution of life advanced by Günter Wächtershäuser This theory tells that early life have formed on the surface of iron sulfide minerals Pioneer organism- The catalytic centers catalyzed autotrophic carbon fixation pathways by generating small molecule Cellularization - exchange of genetic material is the cause for the existence of the common stem in the tree of life and for a very rapid early evolution...
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