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- presents several principles and hypotheses for how abiogenesis could have occurred. Researchers study abiogenesis through a combination of molecular biology,...
- term abiogenesis and redefined biogenesis for life arising from preexisting life. The generation of life from non-living material is called abiogenesis, and...
- universe. In his later years, Hoyle became a staunch critic of theories of abiogenesis to explain the origin of life on Earth. With Chandra Wickramasinghe,...
- (2008) Entity (2011) Omnipresent (2014) Unparalleled Universe (2017) Abiogenesis – A Coming into Existence (2019) A Coming into Existence (1998) Paul...
- as simple organic compounds (e.g. extraterrestrial methane, see also abiogenesis). Biogenic minerals Raju Francis, D.; Sakthi, Kumar (2016). Biomedical...
- in the United States Gold Coast Airport (IATA code) in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia Object-oriented language OoL (Origins of life), Abiogenesis...
- the PAH world hypothesis where they are hypothesized to have a role in abiogenesis and formation of life. PAHs seem to have been formed "a couple of billion...
- presence of water and have been important to life, and many theories of abiogenesis involve them. They are important constituents of soils, and have been...
- information and coding for life. It is often invoked in theories of abiogenesis. In the laboratory, it can be converted to amino acids and short dipeptides...
- Ribonucleic acid (RNA) is a polymeric molecule essential in various biological roles in coding, decoding, regulation and expression of genes. RNA and DNA...
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