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Origins of Life on the Earth and in the Cosmos by Geoffrey Zubay

By: Zubay, Geoffrey.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: San Diego Academic Press 2000Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 564p.ISBN: 9780127819105.Subject(s): GeneralDDC classification: 577
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Part - 1: Creation of an Environment Suitable for the Origin of Life Origin of the Universe Formation of the Elements Beginnings of Chemistry Element Abundances of the Planets Geologic, Hydrologic and Atmosphere Evolution of Earth Part - 2: Logic of Living Systems Cells, Organelles, and Biomolecules Metabolic Strategies and Pathway Design Biochemical catalysis Storage, Replication, and Utilization of Biochemical Information Biochemical and Prebiotic Pathways: A Comparison General Considerations Concerning the Origin of Life on earth Part - 3: Biochemical Pathways Involving Carbohydrates Prebiotic Pathways Involving Carbohydrates Similarities and Differences between the Biosynthesis of Nucleotides and the Prebiotic Synthesis of Nucleotides RNA Metabolism and Prebiotic Synthesis of RNA Amino Acid Synthesis Now and Then Chemistry of Translation Early Developments in Polypeptide Synthesis Lipid Metabolism and Prebiotic Synthesis of Lipids Properties of Membranes and Their Evolution Possible Roles of Clays and Minerals in the Origin of Life Part - 4: Evolution of Living Systems Evolution of Organisms Evolution of the Main Energy - Producing Pathway for Aerobic Metabolism: The Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle Evolution of Photosynthesis Origin and Elaboration of the Genetic Code Prospectus Research on the Origin of Life is A Unique Endeavour Earth's Atmosphere has Changed A Great Deal in the Course of Time A Reducing Atmosphere is Necessary for the Synthesis of HCN and CH2O Phosphorylation of Nucleosides Requires Phosphate Activation Nucleoside Formation Presents A Problem Accomplishments and Problems Associated with Polynucleotide Synthesis Orting Out The Enantiomers: The Origin of Chirality Translation Must Have Followed RNA and Ribozyme Synthesis Early Functions of Lipids Glossary Appendix Answer to Problems Index

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