Coevolution Of Compositional Protocells And Their Environment

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Coevolution Of Compositional Protocells And Their Environment by Barak Shenhav, Aia Oz and Doron Lancet, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Part B, 362: 1813-1819 (9th May 2007) - | Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences Score: 0.0/0.0

Discussion

It is well known that life can have an impact on the local environment to its own advantage (beavers build dams, yeast produces alcohol, mould produces penicillin, and so forth). This research demonstrates that even proto-life (life building chemicals not yet bound in cells) can have a similar effect on the environment.

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It is well known that life can have an impact on the local environment to its own advantage (beavers build dams, yeast produces alcohol, mould produces penicillin, and so forth). This research demonstrates that even proto-life (life building chemicals not yet bound in cells) can have a similar effect on the environment.


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