By E. Schoffeniels
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The drainage of the environment of organic molecules has been duly accompanied by the use of radiant energy for the synthesis of electron donors and acceptors, thus permitting the pursuit of phosphorylations at the substrate level. After the depletion of organic sources of carbon it is thinkable that photolithotrophy appeared. In this system the electron donor is inorganic in nature ( H 2 S or H 2 for example) and is used to reduce C 0 2 using light as energy source. Photosynthesis which uses water as a source of electrons has developed as the reserves of inorganic electron donors decreased.
This ring structure is interlocked with that of p h y t o p l a n k t o n . 26 ANTI-CHANCE the two populations makes the homogeneous distributions of populations unstable.! This structure is due to the energy flow traversing the system; entropy production, corresponding to energy degradation, is compensated by a constant flow of energy contributed by light and nutrients (coefficient k x ) . Other patterns have been obtained using these equations to simulate the experimental situation found in the N o r t h Sea.
The results of cryobiology show that if an organism survives the trauma due to formation of ice crystals, it is possible to bring it to a temperature approaching absolute zero; at ordinary temperatures the biological activity returns anew. At the molecular level, the informational store can be of two types, either in the form of molecular structures defined by the position of their primary and secondary valencies in space or in the form of processes (such as circulation of molecules, production of electric currents).
Anti-Chance. A Reply to Monod's Chance and Necessity by E. Schoffeniels