By Lluis Ribas de Pouplana

The Genetic Code and the beginning of lifestyles celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the invention of the double helix. This publication combines complementary methods to deal with the query of the improvement of the Genetic Code. the 1st chapters offer normal views into crucial positive factors of the evolution of lifestyles and the code. the remainder of the chapters offer special analyses at the good points and evolution of self sufficient elements of the code. hence the booklet combines a basic evaluate with distinctive descriptions. This quantity presents a common reference for the educational viewers attracted to evolution and, at the same time, consolidates our so much specific wisdom at the organic features of the elements of the genetic code.

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