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Blogs

VD - 4/05/2014

The shikimic acid route: an example of biochemical dependence. Dissemination 67th

Many of the intermediate products of respiration of plants are substrates, or synthesis pathways energy source for many other products. a) The hexoses provide carbon skeleton for synthesis of products which are used in the formation of the cell...


Blogs

VD - 27/04/2014

Plant cells dependence. Dissemination 66th.

It is documented that some animal species have disappeared or are threatened with extinction when, as a result of geological change, it has reduced or eliminated it source of plant food. If we look at trophic pyramid we can see that there are very few...


Blogs

VD - 23/02/2014

The first vegetal pre – chloroplasts prokaryotes. Dissemination 59th

In the previous chapter it was determined that the current chloroplasts (as endosymbiotic organelles of eukaryotic cells) have their origin in free prokaryotes possess DNA, ribosomes and double membrane. Therefore the question is about the origin of...


Blogs

VD - 16/02/2014

The first prokaryotic plants: chloroplasts. Dissemination 58th

Among the sedimentary rocks with an age of 3.100 million years can be found stratum that correspond to marine precipitation of iron oxide.


Blogs

VD - 7/04/2013

Origin of life, neocreationists hypothesis. Dissemination 42th

Collecting and classifying the different hypothesis about the origin of life, neocreationists argue that materialist hypothesis are based in the intervention of random or reactivity between materials selected depending on the ambiental conditions. This...


Blogs

VD - 1/04/2013

Origin of life: Oparin’s abiogenic hypothesis. Dissemination 41st

Next april 12th will be the 33rd anniversary of the death of Alexander Oparin (1894 -1980) , russian biochemist and pioneer of the development of biochemistry's hypothesis about the life origin on earth.


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