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FUNDAMENTS OF LIFE RECAP

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Maria Luisa Gavaldon

on 24 November 2016

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Transcript of FUNDAMENTS OF LIFE RECAP

CREACIONISM: Everything was created by a supreme force or being. All religions.
VITALISM: Life comes from a living force. Aristotle
SPONTANEOUS GENERATION: Life comes from non living matter. Helmont
PANSPERMIA: The "seeds" of life is travelling through space. Arrhenius
PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL: The first aminoacids were created in a primitive atmosphere. Oparin-Haldane.
Proved by and experiment done by Miller-Urey

ENDOSYMBIOTIC THEORY: Explains the origin of the mitochondria and the chloroplast. PacMan........


FUNDAMENTS OF LIFE RECAP
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THEORIES OF ORIGIN OF LIFE
levels of organization
Cell Theory: Was created by Schleiden (zoologist), Shwann(botanist) and Virchow (biologist)
Principles:
1. All living organisms are made of cells
2. The cell is the basic structural and functional unit of all living things
3. All cells come from other cells.

MICROSCOPE: Janssen brothers created the compound microscope.
Anton van Leewenhoek improved it
Hooke coined the term "cellulae" or cell
evolution theories:
Lamarck: Use and disuse
Darwin: Natural selection
Mendel-Darwin (Mayrn,Dobzhansky,etc): Synthetic theory
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