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Protobiogenesis bibliography

Chang, S., DesMarais, D., Mack, R., Miller, S. L., and Strathearn, G. E., 1983, Prebiotic Organic Synthesis and the Origin of Life, in Schopf, J. W., ed., Earth's Earliest Biosphere: Its Origin and Evolution: Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton University Press, p. 53-92.

Corliss, J. B., Baross, J. A., and Hoffman, S. E., 1981, An hypothesis concerning the relationship between submarine hot springs and the origin of life on Earth: Oceanologica Acta NoSP, p. 59-69.

Dose, K., and Zaki, L., 1971, The peroxidatic and catalytic activity of hemoprotenoids: Z. Naturforsch, v. 26b, p. 144-148.

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

---, 1973, The rapid evolution of complex systems from simple beginnings, in Marois, M., ed., From Theoretical Physics to Biology: Basel, S. Karger, p. 133-144.

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

---, 1974, The proteinoid theory of the origin of life and competing ideas: American Biology Teacher, v. 36, p. 161-172, 181.

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

---, 1976, Contribution of experimental protobiogenesis to the theory of evolution, in Novak, J. A., and Pacltova, B., eds., Evolutionary Biology: Prague, Czech. Biological Society, p. 35-44.

---, 1978, The origin and nature of protolife, in Heidcamp, W. H., ed., : Baltimore, University Park Press, p. 23-92.

---, 1979, More on the origin of life: Chemical Engineering News, v. 57, no. 8, p. 4.

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

---, 1980, Life from an orderly Cosmos: Naturwissenschaften, v. 67, p. 576-581.

---, 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, 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.

---, 1981, Origins of the protein synthesis cycle: International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, v. QBS8, p. 441-454.

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.

Francis, S., Margulis, L., and Braghoorn, E. S., 1978, On the experimental silicification of microorganisms II. On the time of appearance of eukaryotic organisms in the fossil record: Precambrian Research, v. 6, p. 65-100.

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.

Gish, D. T., 1976, Origin of life: critique of early stage chemical evolution theories: ICR Impact Series, v. 31, p. i-iv.

---, 1976, Origin of life: The Fox thermal model of the origin of life: ICR Impact Series, v. 33, p. i-iv.

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.

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.

Heinz, B., and Ried, W., 1981, The formation of chromophores through amino acids thermolysis and their possible role as prebiotic photoreceptors: BioSystems, v. 14, p. 33-40.

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.

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.

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.

Miller, S. L., and Orgel, L. E., 1974, The Origins of Life on Earth: Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice Hall, 229 p.

Miller, S., 1953, A Production of Amino Acids Under Possible Primitive Earth Conditions: Science, v. 117, p. 528-529.

Monastersky, R., 1988, Vents Would Scald a Primordial Soup: Science News, v. 134, p. 117.

Nicolis, G., and Prigogine, I., 1977, Self-Organization in Nonequilibrium Systems: From Dissipative Structures to Order through Fluctuations: New York, Wiley-Interscience.

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