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Barrington, E. J. W., 1974, Biochemistry of Primitive Deuterostomians, in Florkin, M., and Scheer, B. T., eds., Chemical Zoology: London, Academic Press, v. VIII, p. 61-95.

---, 1979, Hormones and Evolution: New York, Academic Press; 2 Volumes.

Brauman, J. L., 1988, Frontiers in Chemistry: Science, v. 240, no. 373.

Chambers, K. L., 1970, Biochemical Coevolution: Eugene, Oregon State University Press, 117 p.; 29th Biology Colloquium.

Dayhoff, M. O., 1969, Atlas of Protein Sequence and Structure: Silver Spring, Md., National Biomedical Research Foundation, v. 4.

---, 1972, Atlas of Protein Sequence and Structure: Sliver Spring, Md., National Biomedical Research Foundation, v. 5.

Florkin, M., 1975, Comprehensive Biochemistry: Amsterdam, Elsevier, v. 29B.

Follmann, H., 1982, Deoxyribonucleotide systhesis and the emergence of DNA in molecular evolution: Naturwissenschaften, v. 69, p. 75-81.

Fox, S. W., 1957, The chemical problem of spontaneous generation: Journal of Chemical Education, v. 34, p. 472-479.

---, 1959, Review of the book The Biological Replication of Macromolecules: Journal of Chemical Education, v. 36, p. 706A.

---, 1964, Thermal polymerization of amino acids and production of formed microparticles on lava: Nature, v. 201, p. 336-337.

---, 1965, Experiments suggesting evolution to protein, in Bryson, V., and Vogel, H. J., eds., Evolving Genes and Proteins: New York, Academic Press, p. 359-369.

---, 1968, Spontaneous generation, the origin of life, and self assembly: Current Models in Biology [Now BioSystems], v. 2, p. 235-240; Now BioSystems.

---, 1969, Self-ordered polymers and propagative cell-like systems: Naturwissenschaften, v. 56, p. 1-9.

---, 1973, Molecular evolution to the first cells: Pure Applied Chemistry, v. 34, p. 641-669.

---, 1976, The evolutionary significance of phase-separated microsystems: Origins Life, v. 7, p. 49-68.

---, 1977, Bioorganic chemistry and the emergence of the first cell, in van Tamelan, E. E., ed., Bioorganic Chemistry: New York, Academic Press, v. III, p. 21-32.

---, 1980, Introductory remarks to the special issue on 'assembly mechanisms': BioSystems, v. 12, p. 131.

---, 1980, Response to repeated statements on temperatures required for polycondensation of amino acids: Journal of Molecular Evolution, v. 15, p. 539.

---, 1980, The origins of behavior in macromolecules and protocells: Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, v. 67B, p. 423-436.

---, 1980, Metabolic microspheres: Naturwissenschaften, v. 67, p. 378-383.

---, 1981, An acid test: Nature, v. 294, p. 688.

---, 1981, From inanimate matter to living systems: American Biology Teacher, v. 43, no. 3, p. 127-135, 140.

---, 1981, Creation "copout": Nature, v. 292, p. 490.

---, 1981, Creationism, the random hypothesis and experiments: Science, v. 213, p. 290.

---, 1981, A model for protocellular coordination of nucleic acid and protein synthesis, in Kageyama, M., Nakamura, K., Oshima, T., and Uchida, T., eds., Science and Scientists: Tokyo, Japan Science Society Press, p. 39-45.

---, 1981, How many theories for the origin of (proto)life?, in Srinivasan, R., ed., Biomolecular Structure, Conformation, Function and Evolution: Oxford, Pergamon Press, p. 643-646.

Fox, S. W., Adachi, T., and Stillwell, W., 1980, A quinone-assisted photoformation of energy-rich chemical bonds, in Veziroglu, T. N., ed., Solar Energy: International Progress: New York, Pergamon Press, v. 2, p. 1056-1074.

Fox, S. W., and Harada, K., 1958, Thermal copolymerization of amino acids to a product resembling protein: Science, v. 128, p. 1214.

Fox, S. W., Harada, K., and Hare, P. E., 1981, Amino acids from the Moon: Notes on meteorites: Subcellular Biochemistry, v. 8, p. 357-373.

Fox, S. W., Harada, K., and Rohlfing, D. L., 1962, The thermal copolymerization of -amino acids, in Stahmann, M. A., ed., Polyamino Acids, Polypeptides, and Proteins: Madison, Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin Press, p. 47-54.

Fox, S. W., Joseph, D., McCauley, R. J., Windsor, C. R., and Yuyama, S., 1966, Simulation of organismic morphology and behavior by synthetic poly--amino acids, in Brown, A. H., and Florkin, M., eds., Life Sciences and Space Research: Washington, D.C., Spartan Books, v. IV, p. 111-120.

Fox, S. W., Jungck, J. R., and Nakashima, T., 1974, From proteinoid microsphere to comtemporary cell: formation of internucleotide and peptide bonds by proteinoid particles: Origins Life, v. 5, p. 227-237.

Fox, S. W., and Krampitz, G., 1964, The catalytic decomposition of glucose in aqueous solution by thermal proteinoids: Nature, v. 203, p. 1362-1364.

Fox, S. W., McCauley, R. J., Montgomery, P. O'B., Fukushima, T., Harada, K., and Windsor, C. R., 1969, Membrane-like properties in microsystems assembled from synthetic protein-like polymer, in Snell, F., Wolken, J., Iverson, G. J., and Lam, J., eds., Physical Principles of Biological Membranes: New York, Gordon & Breach, p. 417-430.

Fox, S. W., McCauley, R. J., and Wood, A., 1967, A model of primitive heterotrophic proliferation: Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, v. 20, p. 773-778.

Fox, S. W., and Nakashima, T., 1980, The assembly and properties of protobiological structures: the beginnings of cellular peptide synthesis: BioSystems, v. 12, p. 155-166.

Fox, S. W., Nakashima, T., Przyblyski, A., and Syren, R. M., 1982, The updated experimental proteinoid model: International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, v. QBS 9, p. 195-204.

Fox, S. W., and Wang, C.-T., 1968, Melanocyte-stimulating hormone activity on thermal properties of -amino acids: Science, v. 160, p. 547-548.

Fox, S. W., and Yuyama, S., 1963, Effects of the Gram stain on microspheres from thermal polyamino acids: Journal of Bacteriology, v. 85, p. 279-283.

---, 1963, Abiotic production of primitive protein and formed microparticles: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, v. 108, p. 487-494.

Gamow, G., Rich, A., and Yas, M., 1956, Problem of information transfer from nucleic acids to proteins: Advances in Biological and Medical Physics, v. 4, p. 23-68.

Griffith, R. W., Umminger, B. L., Grant, B. F., Pang, P. K. T., and Pickford, G. E., 1974, Serum composition of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae Smith: Journal of Experimental Zoology, v. 187, p. 87-102.

Grote, J. R., Syren, R. M., and Fox, S. W., 1978, Effect of product from heated amino acids on conductance in lipid bilayer membrenes and nonaqueous solvents: BioSystems, v. 10, p. 287-292.

Harada, K., and Fox, S. W., 1965, Thermal polycondensation of free amino acids with polyphosphatic acid, in Fox, S. W., ed., The Origins of Prebiological Systems: New York, Academic Press, p. 289-308.

Hardebeck, H. G., Krampitz, G., and Wulf, L., 1968, Decarboxylation of pyruvic acid in aqueous solutions by thermal proteinoids: Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysiology, v. 123, p. 72-81.

Hartley, B. S., 1979, Evolution of enzyme structure: Proceedings of the Royal Society, v. B205, p. 443-452.

Hayakawa, T., Windsor, C. R., and Fox, S. W., 1967, Copolymerization of the Leuchs anhydrides of the eighteen amino acids common to protein: Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysiology, v. 118, p. 265-272.

Hennen, G., Plaquet, R., and Biserte, G., 1975, The synthesis of amino acid polymers by thermal condensation at 105° without a catalyst: Biochimie, v. 57, p. 1395-1396.

Hsu, L. L., Brooke, S., and Fox, S. W., 1971, Conjugation of proteinoid microspheres: a model of primordial communication: Current Models in Biology [Now BioSystems], v. 4, p. 12-25.

Huffman, H. M., 1942, Thermal data XV. The heats of combustion and free energies of some compounds containing the peptide bond: Journal of Physical Chemistry, v. 46, p. 885-891.

Ishima, Y., Pryzbylski, A., and Fox, S. W., 1981, Electrical membrane phenomena in spherules from protenoid and lecithin: BioSystems, v. 13, p. 243-251.

Junck, J. R., and Fox, S. W., 1973, Synthesis of oligonucleotides by proteinoid microspheres acting on ATP: Naturwissenschaften, v. 60, p. 425-427.

Karmpitz, G., Baars-Diehl, S., Haas, W., and Nakashima, T., 1968, Aminotransferase activity of thermal polylysine: Experientia, v. 24, p. 140-142.

Karmpitz, G., Haas, W., and Baars-Diehl, S., 1968, Glutaminsure-Oxydoreductase- Aktivitt von Polyanhydro--Aminosuren (Proteinoiden): Naturwissenschaften, v. 55, p. 345-346.

Kenyon, D. H., 1974, Prefigured ordering and protoselection in the origin of life, in Dose, K., Fox, S. W., Deborin, G. A., and Pavlovskaya, T. E., eds., The Origins of Life and Evolutionary Biochemistry: New York, Plenum Press, p. 207-220.

Keosian, J., 1974, Life's beginnings-origin or evolution?, in Dose, K., Fox, S. W., Deborin, G. A., and Pavlovskaya, T. E., eds., The Origins of Life and Evolutionary Biochemistry: New York, Plenum Press, p. 221-231.

Kimura, M., 1977, Causes of Evolution and Polymorphism at the Molecular Level, in Kimura, M., ed., Molecular Evolution and Polymorphism: Mishima, Japan, National Institute of Genetics, p. 1-28.

Kuhn, H., 1981, Molecular self-organization and the origin of life: Agnew. Chem. Internat. Ed. Engl., v. 20, p. 500-520.

Lehninger, A. L., 1970, Biochemistry: New York, Worth and Co.

---, 1975, Biochemistry [2nd ed.]: New York, Worth and Co.

Matsuno, K., 1981, Material self-assembly as a physicochemical process: BioSystems, v. 13, p. 237-241.

Melius, P., and Sheng, Y. Y.-P., 1975, Thermal condensation of a mixture of six amino acids: Bioorganic Chemistry, v. 4, p. 385-391.

Nakashima, T., and Fox, S. W., 1980, Synthesis of peptides from amino acids and ATP with lysine-rich protenoid: Journal of Molecular Evolution, v. 15, p. 161-168.

---, 1981, Formulation of peptides by single or multiple additions of ATP to suspensions of nucleoproteinoid microparticles: BioSystems, v. 14, p. 151- 161.

Nakashima, T., Jungck, J. R., Fox, S. W., Lederer, E., and Das, B. C., 1977, A test for randomness in peptides isolated from a thermal polyamino acid: International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, v. QBS4, p. 65-72.

Oshima, T., 1968, The catalytic hydrolysis of phosphate ester bonds by thermal polymers of amino acids: Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysiology, v. 126, p. 478-485.

Osterberg, R., and Orgel, L. E., 1972, Polyphosphate and trimetaphosphate formation under potetially prebiotic conditions: Journal of Molecular Evolution, v. 1, p. 241-248.

Pivcova, H., Saudek, V., Drobnik, J., and Vlasak, J., 1981, NMR study of poly (aspartic acid) I. - and -peptide bonds in poly (aspartic acid) prepared by thermal polycondensation: Biopolymers, v. 20, p. 1605-1614.

Powers, D. A., and Place, A. R., 1978, Biochemical genetics of Fundulus heteroclitus (L.). 1. Temporal and spatial variation in gene frequencies of Ldh-B, Mdh-A, Gpi-B and Pgm-A: Biochemical Genetics, v. 16, p. 593-607.

Price, C. C., 1974, Synthesis of Life: Stroudsburg, Pa., Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross.

Rohlfing, D. L., 1967, Thermal poly--amino acids containing low proportions of aspartic acid: Nature, v. 216, p. 657-659.

---, 1967, The catalytic decarboxylation of oxaloacetic acid by thermally prepared poly--aminoacids: Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysiology, v. 118, p. 468-474.

---, 1976, Thermal polyamino acids: synthesis at less than 100° C: Science, v. 193, p. 68-70.

Rohlfing, D. L., and Fox, S. W., 1969, Catalytic activities of thermal polyanhydro--amino acids: Advances in Catalysis, v. 20, p. 373-418.

Sanger, F., and Thompson, E. O. P., 1953, Amino acids in the glycyl chain of insulin. II Peptides from enzymic hydrolyzates: Biochemical Journal, v. 53, p. 366-374.

Schopf, J. W., 1973, The evolution of the earliest cells: Scientific American, v. 239, no. 3, p. 111-138.

---, 1978, The evolution of the earliest cells: Scientific American, v. 239, p. 110-135.

Snyder, W. D., and Fox, S., 1975, A model for the origin of stable protocells in a primitive alkaline ocean: BioSystems, v. 7, p. 222-229.

Tashian, R. E., Goodman, M., Ferrell, R. E., and Tanis, R. J., 1976, Evolution of Carbonic Anhydrase in Primates and Other Mammals, in Goodman, M., and Tashian, R. E., eds., Molecular Anthropology: New York, Plenum.

Templeton, A. R., 1983, Phylogenetic inference from restriction endonuclease cleavage site maps with particular reference to the evolution of humans and apes: Evolution, v. 37, p. 221-244.

Temussi, P. A., Paolillo, L., Ferrara, L., Benedetti, E., and Andini, S., 1976, Structural characterization of thermal prebiotic polypeptides: Journal of Molecular Evolution, v. 7, p. 105-110.

Usdin, V. R., Mitz, M. A., and Killos, P. J., 1967, Inhibition and reactivation of the catalytic activity of a thermal -amino acid copolymer: Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysiology, v. 122, p. 258-261.

Vallery-Radot, P., 1922, Fermentations et Gnrations dites Spontanes: Paris, Masson et Cie, v. II.

Vegotsky, A., and Fox, S. W., 1962, Protein molecules: intraspecific and interspecific variations, in Florkin, M., and Mason, H. S., eds., Comparative Biochemistry: New York, Academic Press, v. IV, p. 185-224.

Watts, D. C., 1975, Evolution of phosphagen kinases in the chordate line: Symposium of the Zoological Society, London, v. 36, p. 105-127.

Wood, A., and Hardebeck, H. G., 1972, Light enhanced decarboxylations by proteinoids, in Rohlfing, D. L., and Oparin, A. I., eds., Molecular Evolution: New York, Plenum Press, p. 233-245.

Yockey, H. P., 1981, Self organization origin of life scenarios and information theory: Journal of Theoretical Biology, v. 91, p. 13-31.

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