Origin and chemistry of life spontaneous generation, Science

1.     Describe the properties of water that make if invaluable to life as we know it.

2.     Explain why the versatility of carbon is essential to life.

3.     Describe the structure and biological function of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids; give examples of each.

4.     Describe the four different types of protein configurations and give examples of each.

5.     Explain what the Miller-Urey experiments contributed to modern theories of the origin of life.

6.     List the three different energy sources that could have powered the creation of organic molecules early in Earth's history.

7.     Define primary and secondary heterotrophs and autotrophs.

8.     Distinguish between prokaryotes and eukaryotes.

9.     Describe the Margulis proposal of the origin of eukaryotes from prokaryotes.

10.   Explain the endosymbiotic theory



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