TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ABIOGENETICALLY»
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ABIOGENETICALLY»
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This would in effect tend to produce a relatively greater number of these essential
molecules than the many other complex organic kinds that would occur
abiogenetically. It has been suggested that the best markers of origin of life may
To retain this view it is necessary to postulate that the features which suggest
biological processes are either due to contaminants, or have been wrongly
identified, or have been abiogenetically produced. Among the biological features
Abiogenesis: from molecules to cells
We know from laboratory experiments that ATP probably was created
abiogenetically in the early ocean. Carl Sagan has estimated that enough ATP
was synthesized per square centimeter of ocean surface to provide energy for a
population of ...
Paul D. Thompson, Mary Lybarger, 1969
The strange stuff unexplained: If God is the answer, what is ...
Why something? Why not nothing? Manjunath R. Because there is a law such as
evolution, life could start and new life forms could emerge on their own (
abiogenetically) sustaining themselves by reproducing in the environment fitted
for the ...
100 Year Cover-Up Revealed: We Lived with Dinosaurs!
... that DNA and its information evolved along with the host organism, that a the
so-called molecular clock exists and explains how all animals evolved from a
common ancestor, and that life evolved from lifeless materials (abiogenetically).
James Edward Gilmer Ph. D., James Edward Gilmer, 2011
The Modern Creation Trilogy
... atmosphere” long assumed by A. I. Oparin, Stanley Miller, and other
conjecturing “authorities” whose names have been eulogized in countless high-
school textbooks as the men who presumably “proved” that life evolved
Dr. Henry M. Morris, Dr. John D. Morris, 1996
Online Worlds: Convergence of the Real and the Virtual: ...
Life on the Spore planet does not arise abiogenetically, but arrives in the form of
a simple cell through panspermia by traveling through space inside an asteroid.
Most biologists hold the view that life began endemically on Earth shortly after ...
William Sims Bainbridge, 2009
Annals of the History and Philosophy of Biology 10/2005
(5) Ergo, species have originated in a natural way and abiogenetically, from
lifeless matter. This was the logical "tertium datur:" if no creation and if no
transmutation of species, then there must have been in operation a non-
miraculous process ...
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Geschichte und Theorie der Biologie (DGGTB)
Love in the Time of Flowers
... intercourse, and spontaneous generation was the one manner of birth, for one
and all things appeared abiogenetically fully grown to its state of being, both
animate and inanimate matter appearing without personal reproductive
Cmplt Biology For Medical Ent Exams
Believers of spontaneous generation theory assumed that (a) organisms arose
from other organism (b) organism arose from air (c) organism arose
abiogenetically (d) organism arose simultaneously 7. In what ways were
conditions on early ...