8 edition of Vital dust found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -350) and index.
|Statement||Christian de Duve.|
|LC Classifications||QH325 .D42 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 362 p. :|
|Number of Pages||362|
|LC Control Number||94012964|
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At the heart of Vital Dust is the concept of seven increasingly complex "ages" of life on Earth. With each age, de Duve shows the key event that defined the age and the new event that led to the next. He argues that simple, deterministic chemical reactions put life on track but that other mechanisms led inexorably to greater complexity and Pages: Introduction: From Dust to Dust. For dust thou art, and until dust thou shalt return. Dust is a subtle but pervasive symbol in the scriptures that, in light of modern biblical scholarship, takes on added meaning. That meaning fits remarkably well with the use of dust themes in the Book of Mormon, the voice from the dust.
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Contemplating the past, analyzing the present, and predicting the future. These are the things that are done in Nobel Laureate Christian de Duve's book, Vital Dust: The Origin and Evolution of Life on Earth.
He masterfully splits the story of life on Earth into seven different by: Vital Dust book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Is the emergence of life on Earth the result of a single chance event or /5. VitalSource Bookshelf is the world’s leading platform for distributing, accessing, consuming, and engaging with digital textbooks and course materials.
Christian René, viscount de Duve ( ) was a Nobel Prize-winning Belgian cytologist and biochemist, who received the Nobel Prize for Physiology/Medicine in ; he wrote other books such as Life Evolving: Molecules, Mind, and Meaning,A Guided Tour Of The Living Cell,Singularities: Landmarks on the Pathways of Life, etc.
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VITAL DUST serves two masters. One requires that the book teach real science to the lay reader, and the other requires that the reader be prodded at intervals into ahs of wonderment, lest.
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Get this from a library. Vital dust: life as a cosmic imperative. [Christian De Duve] -- The author guides us on a wondrous journey through the past four billion years, from the formation of the first biomolecules to the complexities of the human mind, from microscopic chains of amino.
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Vital dust by Christian De Duve; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Origin, Life, Evolution (Biology), Life (Biology), Chemical Evolution, Évolution (biologie), Biological Evolution, Origin of Life, Biogenese, Evolution.
Vital Dust: Life as a Cosmic Imperative Christian de Duve Is the emergence of life on Earth the result of a single chance event or combination of lucky accidents, or is it the outcome of biochemical forces woven into the fabric of the universe.
Vital Dust is a groundbreaking history of life on Earth, Noble Laureate Christian de Duve explores the origin of life in his thrilling book "Vital Dust: The Origin and Evolution of Life on Earth." Proposing seven main "Ages" that define evolution, de Duve takes the reader on an in-depth journey through each successive phase, leaving little 3/5(1).
Vital Dust: Life as a Cosmic Imparative Christian R. De Duve, Author Basic Books $25 (p) ISBN Buy this book. In a work of. Christian de Duve () was a Belgian scientist and author.
He discovered the cellular components called lysosomes and peroxisomes and researched insulin and glucagon. He was jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine in with Albert Claude and George E.
Palade "for their discoveries concerning the structural and functional /5. In his book he elegantly describes the incredibly important and vital role of iron rich mineral dust in delivering a vital quantum boost to the evolution of life from the early probiotic stage on the course to our present day diversely evolved.
A panoramic view of life on earth from a Nobel laureate in physiology and Rockefeller University professor emeritus.
Key words in this 4-billion-year chronology are ``complementarity,'' ``spontaneity,'' and ``congruence.'' De Duve (A Guided Tour of the Living Cell, not reviewed) is no miracle monger regarding the development of life.
Basic physio-chemical forces permitted the. In his book he elegantly describes the incredibly important and vital role of iron rich mineral dust in delivering a vital quantum boost to the evolution of life from the early probiotic stage on the course to our present day diversely evolved and universally vital and intelligent life stage.
Among those who find the idea of life as a cosmic fluke distasteful is the Belgian cell biologist and Nobel laureate Christian de Duve. The argument, he observes in his new book Vital Dust, put the origin of life outside the reach of science: If this were so, we would be wasting our time trying to explain the origin of life in scientific terms.
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Uploaded by Lotu Tii on Aug SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: And so, after Blueprint for a Cell, which came out, I think, in '91, I wrote a book that, in a way, I thought maybe my last one.I always say the last one is the last one. This I called Vital Vital Dust is is more addressed to the lay public.
I mean, it's still rather it's tough reading for the lay public, it's maybe a little too easy for the scientist, but, anyway,Vital Dust.