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  • the RNA world pre-date metabolism? Chen, X., Li, N., Ellington, A. D. (2007). A Critique of Ribozyme catalysis of metabolism in the RNA world. Chemistry
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  • Was there a mitochondrial Eve? What killed the dinosaurs? RNA world vs metabolism first Are humans causing global warming? nuclear power greener? recycling
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  • of life outside Earth (w:Astrobiology) Iron, w:Heme and w:Hemoglobin metabolism and its errors (item, item, item) w:Coagulation Voluntary w:Muscle (item)
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  • amino acid synthesis General amino acid catabolism Special amino acid metabolism Amino acid interconversion w:Urea cycle, item Gamma-glutamyl cycle Associated:
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  • hyper pigmentation due over production of melanin from tyrosine. defects in dopamine synthesis hence Parkinson disease there will be defects in the formation
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  • (Review Paper) Cited in RNA world vs metabolism first The RNA world could have all the things it needed to survive, including the ability to manufacture
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  • disciplines that study plants including: structure, growth, reproduction, metabolism, development and diseases of plants, chemical properties and evolutionary
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  • (Review Paper) Cited in Controversies in Science/RNA world vs metabolism first Organic matter could form spontaneously from what we know about cosmic
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  • body, most notably calcium and phosphorus. ... bone controls phosphate metabolism by releasing fibroblast growth factor – 23 (FGF-23), which acts on kidneys
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  • potential for injury, increased bone density, a temporary increase in metabolism, improved cardiac function. Training commonly uses the technique of progressively
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  • Nucleic Acid Synthesis Nucleic Acid Degradation, Pyrimidine Metabolism and Purine Metabolism Peptide Bond Laboratory Protein Synthesis Micronutrients and
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  • body, most notably calcium and phosphorus. ... bone controls phosphate metabolism by releasing fibroblast growth factor – 23 (FGF-23), which acts on kidneys
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  • (Review Paper) Cited in RNA world vs metabolism first The origin of life is believed to have started from CO2. There is evidence that life was able to
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  • Vacuoles Cell Division and Reproduction Binary Fission/Mitosis Meiosis Metabolism Cellular Respiration Evolution Mendel and Darwin Punnet Squares Population
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  • (Journal article) Cited in RNA world vs metabolism first Life as we know was formed from an RNA world with life based on self-replicating biopolymers.
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  • periodic painful muscular spasms and tremors, caused by faulty calcium metabolism and associated with diminished function of the parathyroid glands. Also
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  • Water → Homocysteine + Methanol Methanol is a potent inhibitor of the metabolism of endogenous arachidonic acid by elicited rat peritoneal leukocytes.
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  • electroplating; nuclear fission. Cadmium does not have a known role in human metabolism and is not therefore associated with any deficiency diseases. Exposure
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  • dairy foods, yeast, fresh vegetables and offal. It has a role in the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates and proteins. 2003 Coimbra and Junqueira detected
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  • to philosophers of science. Topics: the biochemical basis of heredity, metabolism, movement, sensory experience, memory, and consciousness. The format is
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