anonymous
  • anonymous
3. How are self-replicating molecules, such as RNA molecules in the “RNA World” hypothesis, essential to the most popular hypotheses about the origin of life on Earth?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
RNA were formed before DNA,hence they wer the first formed genetic material ...just lyk DNA they can also store gentic infrmations.......nd can also catalyze reactions. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RNA_world_hypothesis check this link:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
DNA storage information, and RNA is a copy of it, then RNA can be translated into proteins

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