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notsmart

  • 3 years ago

One explanation of life’s origins suggests that vesicles in meteorites and microspheres gave way to life on Earth. Which of the following provides evidence to support this idea? Answer Organic molecules form in Earth’s atmosphere and travel through space in meteorites. Vesicles in meteorites and microspheres both contain organic molecules, which may be precursors to today's living cells. Vesicles in meteorites and microspheres can maintain an internal environment and store and release energy like cells do. Vesicles in meteorites and microspheres both contain RNA molecules, which are r

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    hhmmm.....lets see

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    im thinking about abiogenesis organic molecules came from the meteorites

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    smart whats on ur face in ur pic

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    btw is your question cut off a bit at the end?

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    Vesicles in meteorites and microspheres both contain organic molecules, which may be precursors to today's living cells.

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    im not sure though...

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    its a ferret and replicated and passed on to future generations.

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    lol

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    sun you need to get a picture!

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    it wont let me it never lodes

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