ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD EOBIONT
From eo- + Greek biōnt stem of present participle of biōn to live, from bios life.
TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «EOBIONT»
The term «eobiont» is used very little and occupies the 193.170
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «EOBIONT»
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Animal Behavior Desk Reference: A Dictionary of Animal ...
eobiont See biont: eobiont. ♢eonism n. A male Human's adopting a female's
clothing, mannerisms, etc. (Michaelis 1963). cf. mimicry: automimicry: female
mimicry, sex-role reversal, transvestism [after Chevalier Charles d'Eon, 1728–
Comparative Biochemistry V6: A Comprehensive Treatise
Major interest in the biopoietic problem stems from the question of how the
complex organic materials of which the eobiont was composed could arise in the
absence of life, since these substances do not appear to arise in nature by abiotic
Evolutionary Biology 8/e
These systems constitute the coacervates of Oparin and microspheres of Fox.
Pirie suggested that the origin of the first living thing (chemical history) be termed
as biopoesis, while first organism be designated as eobiont. Eobiogenesis is ...
Dr. Tomar & Dr. Singh, Singh
Symbiogenesis: a macro-mechanism of evolution : progress ...
Eobiont It is assumed that the protobiont lacked a triplet coding for precise
initiation of protein synthesis. This would have lead, due to frame shifts, to so-
called "nonsense proteins", resulting in a loss of ability to reproduce. However, to
Protides of the biological fluids
enzyme in the cytoplasm would be assured, and the survival of the virus-like RNA
-cytoplasmic-template would increase the chances of survival of the eobiont" .
The mechanism of protein biosynthesis at that stage of the eobiont still in the ...
Competition Science Vision
The first life appeared in sea water was called protovirus, eobiont, protocell or
protobiont. It was — (A) Anaerobic and autotrophic (B) Aerobic and parasitic (C)
Anaerobic and chemo- heterotrophic (D) Aerobic and chemohetero- trophic 26.
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Maliha Mendoza Mahmood, 2013
Translation and Globalization
Artificial forms of life and doubles prey once more on the literary imagination. In
the Dutch novelist Harry Mulisch's The Procedure, the protagonist Victor Werker
is the creator of artificial life in the form of the Eobiont (Mulisch 2001). His tortured
Symbiosis as a Source of Evolutionary Innovation: Speciation ...
... Hand f'lanula (Endoderm 7) PiasiidlPLANT EUCYTE I Archebacterium C
Urkaryote Eubacleria (Eullagelum 7) ^V^ (Nudeo cytoplasm) ^-^ (Milochondrium)
^\ PROCYTE f^ Prolobiont ^ Eobiont ~~~^ Progenole (Hypercycle) X^ (Pre-
Lynn Margulis, René Fester, 1991