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  1. Integrating Concepts in Biology Title Page PowerPoint Slides for Chapter 6: Evolution at the Molecular Level 6.1 What is evolution? 6.2 Could abiotic molecules produce the first cells? by A. Malcolm Campbell, Laurie J. Heyer, and Chris Paradise

  2. Fossil Evidence of Early Life Opening Figure

  3. Natural Selection Example Fig. 6.1

  4. Four Mechanisms of Evolution Fig. 6.2 b) a) c) d) e)

  5. Political Satire of Darwin ELSI Figure 6.1

  6. 6.2 Could abiotic molecules produce the first cells?

  7. Skeletal Muscle Cell Fig. 6.3

  8. Biological Building Blocks Fig. 6.4

  9. Miller’s Primitive Earth Experiment Fig. 6.5

  10. Thin Layer Chromatography Fig. 1.19

  11. Lipid Vesicles Fig. 6.6

  12. Ribozyme from Tetrahymena Fig. 6.7

  13. Functional Ribozyme Fig. 6.8

  14. Directed Evolution of Ribozyme Fig. 6.9

  15. Self-splicing Ribozyme Fig. 6.10

  16. Integrating Concepts in Biology Title Page PowerPoint Slides for Chapter 6: Evolution at the Molecular Level 6.3 Can non-living objects compete and grow? by A. Malcolm Campbell, Laurie J. Heyer, and Chris Paradise

  17. Abiotic Vesicle Formation Fig. 6.11

  18. Are Abiotic Vesicles Empty? Fig. 6.12

  19. Dynamic Vesicle Sizes Fig. 6.13

  20. Dynamic Vesicle Sizes IQ #13

  21. Abiotic Competition for Lipids Fig. 6.14

  22. RNA Induces Vesicle Growth Fig. 6.15

  23. BME 6.2 BME 6.4 y = ae-kt + b

  24. BME 6.2 BME 6.2 y = ae-kt + b a = 0 is flat; = 1 is fast drop b = 0 shifts down; = 1 shifts up k = 0 is flat; = 5 is fast drop k is rate of change in vesicle size

  25. Integrating Concepts in Biology Title Page PowerPoint Slides for Chapter 6: Evolution at the Molecular Level 6.4 Can non-living objects harvest and store energy? 6.5 How did the first nucleus come into being? by A. Malcolm Campbell, Laurie J. Heyer, and Chris Paradise

  26. Model of pH Gradient Production Fig. 6.16

  27. Vesicle Accumulates H+ Ions Fig. 6.17 a) b) c)

  28. 6.5 How did the first nucleus come into being?

  29. Darwin’s Original Tree of Life Fig. 6.18

  30. Prokaryotic Internal Membranes Fig. 6.19

  31. DNA Sequences hypothetical sequences

  32. Simplistic Evolutionary Tree Fig. 6.20

  33. Domain Level Evolutionary Tree Fig. 6.21

  34. Integrating Question #22 IQ 22

  35. BLASTp Results Fig. UN 6.2

  36. Fuse Genomes Model Fig. 6.22

  37. Eukaryote Composite Genome Fig. 6.23