- Genetics-notes - RNA world hypothesis
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Genetics-notes - RNA world hypothesis
The undrea-of breakthrough of molecular biology has made the problem of the orin of life a greater riddle than it was before: we have acquired new and deeper problems. Popper, 1974 (0) Virtually all biologists now agree that bacterial cells cannot form from nonliving chemicals in one step. Orgel, Leslie E., The Orins of Life: Molecules and Natural Selection, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1973. "The Path from the RNA World," p 1-17 v 46, Journal of Molecular Evolution, 1998.
Videos / What Is the RNA World Hypothesis? - Stated
It is now generally accepted that our familiar biological worldwas preceded by an RNA world in which ribosome-catalyzed, nucleic-acid coded protein synthesis played no part.
RNA world easier to make Nature News
The RNA world hypothesis states that, before our DNA/RNA/protein world, there was once an RNA world, where RNA was both informational macromolecule (like DNA) and enzyme (like proteins).
Nucleic acid instability challenges RNA world
The RNA World Hypothesis is a concept put forth in the 1960s by Carl Woese, Francis Crick and Leslie Orgel.
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