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The Emergence of Life: From Chemical Origins to Synthetic Biology The Origin Of Life From Inanimate Matter Has Been The Focus Of Much Research For Decades, Both Experimentally And Philosophically Luisi Takes The Reader Through The Consecutive Stages From Prebiotic Chemistry To Synthetic Biology, Uniquely Combining Both Approaches This Book Presents A Systematic Course Discussing The Successive Stages Of Self Organisation, Emergence, Self Replication, Autopoiesis, Synthetic Compartments And Construction Of Cellular Models, In Order To Demonstrate The Spontaneous Increase In Complexity From Inanimate Matter To The First Cellular Life Forms A Chapter Is Dedicated To Each Of These Steps, Using A Number Of Synthetic And Biological Examples With End Of Chapter Review Questions To Aid Reader Comprehension, This Book Will Appeal To Graduate Students And Academics Researching The Origin Of Life And Related Areas Such As Evolutionary Biology, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Biophysics And Natural Sciences.

About the Author: Pier Luigi Luisi

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10 thoughts on “The Emergence of Life: From Chemical Origins to Synthetic Biology

  1. says:

    I loved Iris Fry s The Emergence of Life on Earth, but I need a second opinion Ordered.

  2. says:

    Kinda heavy if your biochemistry it s not that fresh, but it s really well documented From the origin of proteins, amino acids, membranes, nucleic acids, organelles and all that tasty stuff that must exist first to create a single cell SPOILER ALERTNo, it d...

  3. says:

    No one ever knows how life originated No one ever knows why certain organic compounds are present in living organisms, while some are never found No one ever knows why life must originate at all Maybe, we ll never know But the book clearly sets the platform for a neat argument It brings out every major theory that exists, and clearly tells us whats missing with each Its sets forth a good consensus on what each school of thought must do to prove their theory right Though it reads rather like an academic text, the book has threaded together i...

  4. says:

    The Emergence of Life was pretty technical, but Luisi s writing style lightened it up considerably I m not in the field, and the book was still accessable to me I was suprised to see so little space devoted to nucleic acids The...

  5. says:

    An interesting book, but a bit too technical.

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