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Is it more likely that the very first living organisms had a linear genome?
Is it right to assume that the first living organisms on earth had a linear genome? I base this on the fact that linear macromolecules are clearly much more common in nature that circular ones. To be ...
Oct 3 '12 at 16:09
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