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Amos' WWW links page
- Amos Bairoch, Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics
CMSMBR Molecular Evolution - Phylogeny
- Small list of links to tools and resources for phylogenetic analyses of evolution.
DLC's Molecular Evolution Homepage
- The purpose of this page is to provide a resource for people interested in current research being done in molecular evolution, gene expression, and other related fields.
Farside Research Institute
- The evolution group of the Institute of Molecular BioSciences at Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
International Society of Molecular Evolution
- A non-profit organization founded in 1993, and incorporated in 1997, to facilitate the communication and publishing of information in the field of Molecular Evolution. Membership benefits include a personal subscription to the Journal of Molecular Evolution (JME), the official Journal of the Society, and discounts for the international meetings organized by the Society.
Molecular Evolution at Dalhousie University Department of Biochemistry
- Conducts research on the early evolution of genes and genomes, using standard methods of molecular genetics as well as computer algorithms. Topics considered include: introns, eukaryotic genome origins, gene duplications in eukaryotic nuclear genome evolution, role of lateral gene transfer in evolution, and neutral models for the evolution of molecular complexity. Site describes work and bibliographies.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
- Journal is dedicated to bringing Darwin's dreamto "have fairly true genealogical trees of each great kingdom of Nature"within grasp. Provides a forum for molecular studies that advance the understanding of phylogeny and evolution.
Stuart A. Kauffman Home Page
- Abstracts and investigations on origins of life, beginning with autocatalytic sets through the mechanism of spontaneous organization.
Symmetry-breaking and Molecular Evolution
- Explores the structural relationship between cosmological symmetry-breaking and the form of molecular evolution leading to biological systems on Earth. It thus forms an alternative to historical hypotheses in which the form of biogenesis is believed to be the product of a linked sequence of specific conditions, bridged by stochastic selection processes.
- Details work exploring the evolution of novel ribozymes (deoxyribo and ribonucleic acid catalysts) from populations of random sequences, attempting to shed light on the origins of biological catalysis.
The Thermosynthesis Home Page
- Thermosynthesis theory shows how organisms can use or may have used thermal cycling as an energy source-thermal cycling occurring especially in volcanic hot springs. Thermosynthesis could stepwise evolve towards photosynthesis. It may still occur in convecting aquifers on Earth, but also on the many other bodies in the Solar System where water has been found.
Towards A New Theory Of Evolution
- This site explores the possibility that genetic variation and natural selection are two sides of a unitary and simultaneous response to the struggle for existence, as recent experiments at Harvard and elsewhere on bacteria imply.
Tree of Life
- A project containing information about the diversity of organisms on Earth, their history, and characteristics. The information is linked together in the form of the evolutionary tree that connects all organisms to each other.
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