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Cycling Physicochemical Gradients as ‘Evolutionary Drivers’: From Complex Matter to Complex Living States

bioRxiv

Nov 20, 2013

Jan Spitzer

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Highlights Abstract Within the overlap of physics, chemistry and biology, complex matter becomes ‘more deeply’ understood when high level mathematics converts regularities of experimental data into scientific laws, theories, and models ([Krakauer et al., 2011][1]. The challenges and s...read more

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Covalent Interaction
CDC7 gene
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Prebiotics
Spatial Distribution
Golgi Reassembly
Tooth Crowding
Visual Perception
Ion Channel
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Cycling Physicochemical Gradients as ‘Evolutionary Drivers’: From Complex Matter to Complex Living States

bioRxiv

Nov 20, 2013

Jan Spitzer

PMID: 990000786

DOI: 10.1101/000786

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Highlights Abstract Within the overlap of physics, chemistry and biology, complex matter becomes ‘more deeply’ understood when high level mathematics converts regularities of experimental data into scientific laws, theories, and models ([Krakauer et al., 2011][1]. The challenges and s...read more

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Covalent Interaction
CDC7 gene
Complex (molecular entity)
Prebiotics
Spatial Distribution
Golgi Reassembly
Tooth Crowding
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Ion Channel
Cell Cycle
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