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Hydrate hypothesis of living matter origination (LOH-hypothesis)

Thermodynamic grounds of formation of living matter simplest elements from hydrocarbons and niter

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
E. Kadyshevich
V. Ostrovskii


In the context of the LOH-hypothesis, the following questions are discussed: (1) Could N-bases and riboses originate from CH4-hydrocarbons and niter at the expense of internal energy? (2) How had methane-hydrate originated? (3) How had CH4 and NO3 met together? (4) Why are DNA and RNA monomer links similar and limited in size? (5) Why were N-bases and riboses limited in their chemical growth? (6) Why are the sequences of N-bases in DNA and RNA molecules not random? (7) Why do DNA and RNA compositions usually contain only five chemical elements? (8) Why do only five N-bases usually enter the DNA and RNA compositions, and why are other ones random? (9) Could D-ribose, desoxy-D-ribose, thymine, and uracil be simultaneously produced in the reaction of niter with methane? (10) Why did Nature select D-riboses for DNA and RNA construction?

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