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Self-Replicating Chemicals Evolve Into Life-Like Ecosystem

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lessaruana: Chemists have created a group of synthetic enzymes that self-replicate, compete, and evolve like a natural ecosystem -- just minus the life (as we know it).

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top-secret-life saved this page on 10/28/2009 08:59pm

Chemists have created a group of synthetic enzymes that self-replicate, compete, and evolve like a natural ecosystem -- just minus the life (as we know it).

lessaruana saved this page on 11/11/2009 07:37am

Chemists have created a group of synthetic enzymes that self-replicate, compete, and evolve like a natural ecosystem -- just minus the life (as we know it).

leka-aleka saved this page on 11/22/2009 06:00am

Chemists have created a group of synthetic enzymes that self-replicate, compete, and evolve like a natural ecosystem -- just minus the life (as we know it).

semenova-marie saved this page on 11/27/2009 09:09pm

Chemists have created a group of synthetic enzymes that self-replicate, compete, and evolve like a natural ecosystem -- just minus the life (as we know it).

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