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AuthorRatner, Vadim A. author
TitleMolecular Evolution [electronic resource] / by Vadim A. Ratner, Andrey A. Zharkikh, Nikolay Kolchanov, Sergey N. Rodin, Viktor V. Solovyov, Andrey S. Antonov
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 1996
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-12530-4
Descript XII, 434 p. online resource

SUMMARY

In 1970, Manfred Eigen initiated the study of the origin of self-reproducing systems of macromolecules and their evolution. Large-scale nucleotide sequencing (with computer methods) was introduced from 1977. The authors of this book, the first edition of which appeared (in Russian) in 1985, have been engaged in the research of the evolution of molecular genetic regulatory systems ever since those pioneering years. The book considers many fundamental problems of molecular biology, evolution, molecular genetic organization, the structure and function of macromolecules, always with the underlying motive of developing a unified theory. It describes many original, theoretical results as well as computational methods


CONTENT

1. Introduction: Approaches and Problems -- 2. Dynamic Properties of Self-Reproducing Molecular Systems: Theoretical Analysis -- 3. The Origin and Evolution of the Genetic Coding-System -- 4. Methods for Studying the Evolution of Macromolecules -- 5. Theoretical Analysis of the Evolution of Genes and Proteins -- 6. The Structural Organization and Evolution of Macromolecules -- 7. The Principles of the Origin and Evolution of Genomes -- 8. Genosystematics -- Addendum -- Conclusion -- References -- References โ{128}{148} Addendum


Life sciences Cell biology Evolutionary biology Biomathematics Life Sciences Evolutionary Biology Mathematical and Computational Biology Cell Biology



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