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Science: Biology: Evolution: Molecular

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ExPASy Life Science Directory
- Part of the ExPASy Molecular Biology Server, this extensive list contains almost exclusively pointers to information sources for life scientists with an interest in biological macromolecules.

Symmetry-breaking and Molecular Evolution
- Explores the structural relationship between cosmological symmetry-breaking and the form of molecular evolution leading to biological systems on Earth. It thus forms an alternative to historical hypotheses in which the form of biogenesis is believed to be the product of a linked sequence of specific conditions, bridged by stochastic selection processes.

Betran's Lab
Research and publications on the origin of new genes, new functions, and their role in genome evolution, adaptation, and species differences.

Farside Research Institute
The evolution group of the Institute of Molecular BioSciences at Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.

How molecular biology opens up a 21st Century view of evolution
Transcript of chat with biochemist James Shapiro of the University of Chicago on his concept of "natural genetic engineering" at the cellular level.

Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
Journal is dedicated to bringing Darwin's dream-to "have fairly true genealogical trees of each great kingdom of Nature"-within grasp. Provides a forum for molecular studies that advance the understanding of phylogeny and evolution.

Stuart A. Kauffman Home Page
Abstracts and investigations on origins of life, beginning with autocatalytic sets through the mechanism of spontaneous organization.

Szostak Laboratory
Details work exploring the evolution of novel ribozymes (deoxyribo and ribonucleic acid catalysts) from populations of random sequences, attempting to shed light on the origins of biological catalysis.

The Thermosynthesis Home Page
Describes and explains a theory that shows how organisms can use or may have used thermal cycling as an energy source, for example in volcanic hot springs, as an evolutionary step towards photosynthesis.

Towards A New Theory Of Evolution
This site explores the possibility that genetic variation and natural selection are two sides of a unitary and simultaneous response to the struggle for existence, as recent experiments at Harvard and elsewhere on bacteria imply.


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