Implications Of A 3.472-3.333?GYr-Old Subaerial microbial Mat From The Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa, For The UV Environmental Conditions Of The Early Earth

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Implications Of A 3.472-3.333?GYr-Old Subaerial microbial Mat From The Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa, For The UV Environmental Conditions Of The Early Earth by Frances Westall, Cornel E.J de Ronde, Gordon Southam, Nathalie Grassineau, Maggy Colas, Charles Cockell and Helmut Lammer, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Part B, 361: 1857-1876 (11th September 2006) - | Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences Score: 0.0/0.0

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This research looks at the implications for abiogenesis raised by an underwater mat of microbial life believed to have exists in early Earth It demonstrates existence of life in conditions when UV rays were thought to have had a prohibitive effect on life

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This research looks at the implications for abiogenesis raised by an underwater mat of microbial life believed to have exists in early Earth It demonstrates existence of life in conditions when UV rays were thought to have had a prohibitive effect on life


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