The Origin of Life
Courier Corporation, 20 փտվ, 2003 թ. - 270 էջ
This classic of biochemistry offered the first detailed exposition of the theory that living tissue was preceded upon Earth by a long and gradual evolution of nitrogen and carbon compounds. "Easily the most scholarly authority on the question...it will be a landmark for discussion for a long time to come." — New York Times.
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THEORIES OF THE CONTINUITY OF LIFE
THEORIES OF THE ORIGIN OF LIFE AT SOME
PRIMARY FORMS OF CARBON AND NITROGEN
ORIGIN OF ORGANIC SUBSTANCES PRIMARY
THE ORIGIN OF PRIMARY COLLOIDAL SYSTEMS
ORIGIN OF PRIMARY ORGANISMS
FURTHER EVOLUTION OF PRIMARY ORGAN
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