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Read & download õ The Vital uestion È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free The Earth teems with life in its oceans forests skies and cities Yet there’s a black hole at the heart of biology We do not know why complex life is the way it is or for that matter how life first began In The Vital uestion award winning author and biochemist Nick Lane radically reframes evolutionary history putting forward a solution to conundrums that have puzzled generations of scientistsFor two and a half billion years from the very origins of li. I learned a lot from this book and unlearned some old things about biology and biochemistry Here s some notes I took about the book to save on my computer0s Nick Lane The Vital uestion1 Endosymbiosis was a one off between an archaeon body and a bacterium that became mitochondrium Golgi bodies may or may not have invaded later other subbodies were likely produced by internal action tho Lane doesn t specify2 Archaea and bacteria didn t diversify at black smoker vents on seafloor ridges but rather at warm yet cooler and gentler venting alkali vents about 10 30 miles away which with multiple holes provided a membrane for proton pumping along with alkali gradient vs acidic seawater for reduction potential gradients for CO2 to reduce to formic then to methanol but stopping before methane which isn t desired3 It made evolutionary sense for nucleus to uptake most mitochondrial genes4 Multicellular eukaryotes can either tolerate high levels of mitochondria vs nuclear gene defect rates and adaptability in exchange for short lives rats or low tolerance and low birth rates and low adaptability in exchange for maintaining a high evolved fitness birds esp which need high performance mitochondria5 High mitochondrial defect rates affect neurons and muscles above all hence human neuromuscular disease and per germ cells hence their hitting men Muscles and nerves have the highest metabolic rate and we can t replace out nerve cells overall in developed adults6 A modified version of the old free radical theory might be true while rejecting the idea that antioxidants can help they can actually hurt and not testing in body rather than in lab is how the original theory went wrong7 Cellular free radical links aren t bad they re signals8 Mito nuclear variants that affect ATP efficiency are linked to apoptosis and seem to serve to signal it apoptosis probably evolved early9 Mito defects are probably related to many early pregnancy spontaneous abortions He says that 40 percent of all ends this way even higher than Ayala s guess10 Per reptiles and SRY defect in mammals he thinks temperature of development is key for sex differentiation to the point he thinks that if what s left of the Y chromosome finishes disintegration mammals would find another temp based way to distinguish sexes11 Re SETI he says that the chemiosmotic nature of life on earth will probably be found elsewhere if we find life elsewhere12 Energy is less forgiving than genes Throughout he specifies when he is being speculative Within that he notes what speculative items are testable He then subnotes which of these he or his students are already testing or others he knows of are already testing

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Read & download õ The Vital uestion È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Fe single celled organisms such as bacteria evolved without changing their basic form Then on just one occasion in four billion years they made the jump to complexity All complex life from mushrooms to man shares puzzling features such as sex which are unknown in bacteria How and why did this radical transformation happenThe answer Lane argues lies in energy all life on Earth lives off a voltage with the strength of a lightning bolt Building on the pil. Lane asks why life arose only once on earth and why complex life also arose only once The similarities between the cells of all living things are so great that scientists believe all have a common ancestor Similarly eukaryotes living things that have cells with a nucleus mitochondria and other common attributes also have a single common ancestor Eukaryotes are complex life that includes everything from you to mushrooms to amoebas The first eukaryote is believed to have been formed from an endosymbiotic relationship between a bacteria and an archaea The bacteria became what we know as mitochondria Lane believes the answer to why bacteria and eukaryotes only arose once goes beyond nature and nurture genetics and the environment He believes structural limitations were so difficult to overcome that each event only happened onceAll life has common cellular structures and uses common processes to generate energy Cellular respiration operates through redox reactions We oxidize food to free electrons Some bacteria use hydrogen sulfide gas or just hydrogen molecules to supply electrons Photosynthesis uses the sun to free electrons In all cases the electrons are directed down a respiratory channel attracted to oxygen or other receiving molecule and constrained by enzymes along the way During this journey the electrons are used to pull protons across a membrane creating a strong electrical charge differential That charge powers the enzyme ATP synthase that creates ATP ATP then carries the energy to where it is needed in the cell Lane supplies the details outlining the remarkable complexity of the protein machinery that pumps protons and produces ATP This respiration complex is an all eukaryotes bacteria and archaea in every living cell That means it must have been in the last common ancestor of all life we know todayThe scale of cellular respiration is mind boggling A human body averages 40 trillion cells which hold one uadrillion mitochondria The mitochondria contain the energy producing protein machinery In a single human adding all the mitochondria together the folded inner membrane that forms the proton gradient has the total surface area of four football fields Across this surface area the membranes pump 10 21 protons eual to the number of stars in the universe every second You ve got a lot going on Lane believes this ability to create free energy is the key to the origin of life The respiration process along with a steady supply of carbon catalysts to speed up reactions some type of cell wall a way to get rid of waste and RNA or DNA or a functional euivalent gets life started After explaining why some commonly proposed scenarios lack the necessary ingredients for life s origins Lane settles on deep sea alkaline hydrothermal vents not to be confused with black smoker vents The water in hydrothermal vents is warm not prohibitively hot like black smoker vents Hydrothermal vents are stable and can last 100000 years while back smoker vents crumble after decades Hydrothermal vents at the time life formed delivered a steady flow of carbon and hydrogen These vents have a labyrinth of natural channels that concentrate reactants over inorganic catalysts Today hydrothermal vents cannot spawn new life First because existing life is consuming some of the necessary ingredients Second because oxygen in the water precludes the formation of iron sulfide and hydroxide catalysts Before the great oxygenation event that would not have been a problem Third they deliver insufficient carbon today Four billion years ago oceans contained vastly carbon Lane believes the conditions would have been right for a reaction between hydrogen molecules and carbon dioxide to produce methane Today methanogens do just that to supply their energy needs However Lane acknowledges that his theory is not without credible critics and he is testing the scenario in his lab where he can recreate an environment similar to the one he believes existed four billion years agoLane delves deeply into how life might have formed in alkaline hydrothermal vents He starts by looking at the bacteria and archaea living today in the vents They fix carbon and produce energy from hydrogen and carbon dioxide Lane believes this was also true of their last universal common ancestor LUCA According to Lane life starts in the pores of the vent where inorganic proton gradients containing catalytic iron sulfur minerals produce organic molecules and polymers Eventually lipid membranes replace the inorganic gradient in protocells that form from the interaction of the organic molecules The lipid membrane enables carbon and energy metabolism These reactions are forced by the need to reach euilibrium between the alkaline hydrogen rich vent water and the acidic metal rich ocean Proteins and nascent genes develop through natural selection to form essential protein structures such as ATP synthase ribosomes and RNA or similar genetic code This all takes place in the vent pores Lane goes well beyond this sparse description with many pages of explanations and detailed chemistry He doesn t use difficult formulas but the many possible reactions he describes to support his thesis become overwhelming at least to this reader Over the last four billion years bacteria and archaea have changed little despite the dramatic changes in the earth s environment To produce complex life took the creation of the eukaryote around 2 billion years ago Lane accepts the endosymbiosis hypothesis that the eukaryote arose from an archaea engulfing a bacterium which over time became a mitochondria A reason bacteria may have not become complex is because of structural restrictions on their energy output As size increases cell volume is cubed and cell surface area is suared In bacteria the proton gradient membrane runs close to the cell surface limiting their ability to support increased volume Eukaryotes use multiple even thousands of mitochondria per cell each with folded membranes Eukaryotes centralize most of their DNA in the nucleus with minimal DNA reuired for energy production staying in the mitochondria This minimal genome makes forming new mitochondria very efficient Having the relevant DNA close to the action rather than in the cell nucleus also makes them efficient energy producers and responsive to changing conditions The large number of mitochondria and their superior structure support the much larger size and complexity of the eukaryotic cell As bacteria increase in size they place full copies of their DNA along the surface membrane This makes cell division take longer a real disadvantage in bacteria which are always competing with other bacteria Thus bacteria are naturally selected for small sizeHow did the first eukaryotes go on to develop the nucleus their flexible cellular skeleton a plethora of internal membranes and structures and most significantly sex and death There are no halfway survivors between simple bacteria and complex eukaryotes Lane posits that it was all Darwinian natural selection following the one off endosymbiotic event The nucleus formed to control the conflict between the archaea s DNA and that of the bacteria it engulfed Bacteria commonly transfer their DNA material to each other so the archaea would have taken it in and incorporated it into its DNA Only the DNA absolutely necessary was left in the mitochondria maximizing efficiency The process was evolutionary Sex similarly was an early development in eukaryotes While bacteria engage in lateral gene transfer meiotic cell division and the fusion of two haploid gametes one from each parent into a zygote was entirely new Sex mixes individual genes to form a wide array of different gene combinations or alleles in a population Thus it allows natural selection to operate at a much finer level as opposed to favoring or disfavoring an entire chromosome or genome that is passed down intact or with mutations Mitochondria genes come from only one parent in almost all multicellular organisms the female in humans Active animals in particular have high energy needs and their cells have hundreds or thousands of mitochondria and mutations Two different mitochondrial genomes can make alignment with the nuclear genome difficult degrading their function Mitochondrial disease can develop when the mitochondrial genes don t work well with those in the nucleus These genomic mismatches limit interbreeding between closely related different species and even long separated populations of the same species Since mitochondria in active animals build up mutations rapidly female germ cells are produced early in life and seuestered with the mitochondria turned off This is not true in animals with undifferentiated tissues which form germ cells throughout their body such as sponges They can regenerate a whole new individual from any segment Lane discusses in great detail how the need to preserve mitochondria health led to our sexual differences He concludes the inheritance of mitochondria can account for most of the real physical differences between the two sexes The higher mutation rate of mitochondria genes led to an immortal germ cell line and a mortal body Germ cells are always young and can keep on dividing forever The rest of the body becomes disposable Once germ cells are seuestered complex animal tissues can differentiate to enable their specialized functions but these tissues lose the ability to reproduce Death and aging join sex as a conseuence of mitochondria and the endosymbiotic beginning two billion years ago of eukaryotes Mitochondria are only one of a number of important parts of a eukaryotic cell Lane however concludes But that is not the view from evolution The view from evolution sees mitochondria as eual partners in the origin of complex life All eukaryotic traits all cell physiology evolved in ensuing the tug of war between these two partners The structure of the respiration machinery in mitochondria is finely tuned yet it is built by two different genomes Some of the many proteins each built from hundreds of amino acids that comprise these extremely complex machines are products of the genes in the mitochondria and others are products of the genes in the nucleus Yet they have to fit and work together precisely If they don t electron flow is impeded reducing the efficiency of energy production If electron flow is impeded enough free radicals form If too many free radicals are produced the proton gradient membrane loses its potential When that happens cell apoptosis is triggered This scenario is true for all eukaryotes The organism is in essence selecting out cells with mismatched genomes If an organism is pervaded with poorly functioning mitochondria disease results often affecting areas with the highest metabolic rate such as the brain and muscles Unfortunately mutations build up over time in the mitochondrial genes which increases incompatibility with genes in the nucleus Thus mitochondrial function typically declines with age and that decline accelerates in our senior years If the cells don t self destruct they may become senescent stressing the tissues they are in Unfortunately Lane doesn t believe taking lots of antioxidants will help since they are unlikely to get into the cell and if they did they would interfere with normal energy production Lane concludes if life is nothing but an electron looking for a place to rest death is nothing but that electron come to rest This is an excellent but very demanding book The depth of Lane s explanations seemed a bit uneven Some concepts that I considered easy he explained at length Others that I found difficult he seemed to skim over Perhaps this reflects my own limitations given the density and detail of his presentation Still I learned a great deal particularly from his supporting arguments Just his description of the complexity of cell physiology and cellular respiration left me amazed His explanation of the dynamics of two different genomes building proteins that interact intricately in the respiration complex was eye opening with significant implications for evolution aging and human health I benefited greatly from having read another of Lane s books Power Sex and Suicide before this one It is not a light read but I felt it was accessible than this one I recommend checking it out if this one interests you Spanish Short Stories for Beginners, Volume 2: 8 More Unconventional Short Stories to Grow Your Vocabulary and Learn Spanish the Fun Way! billion years they made the jump to complexity All complex life from mushrooms to man shares puzzling features such as sex which are unknown in A Comprehensive Guide to Daoist Nei Gong bacteria How and why did this radical transformation happenThe answer Lane argues lies in energy all life on Earth lives off a voltage with the strength of a lightning The Little Café in Copenhagen: Fall in Love and Escape the Winter Blues with This Wonderfully Heartwarming and Feelgood Novel 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Lane asks why life arose only once on earth and why complex life also arose only once The similarities Tree Houses. Fairy-Tale Castles in the Air believe all have a common ancestor Similarly eukaryotes living things that have cells with a nucleus mitochondria and other common attributes also have a single common ancestor Eukaryotes are complex life that includes everything from you to mushrooms to amoebas The first eukaryote is All-American Murder: The Rise and Fall of Aaron Hernandez, the Superstar Whose Life Ended on Murderers' Row (James Patterson True Crime, 1) believed to have Summer for the Gods: The Scopes Trial and America's Continuing Debate Over Science and Religion been formed from an endosymbiotic relationship Paper Mache: The Ultimate Guide to Learning How to Make Paper Mache Sculptures, Animals, Wildlife and More! (How to Paper Mache - Paper Mache - Paper Crafts ... 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Read & download õ The Vital uestion È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Lars of evolutionary theory Lane’s hypothesis draws on cutting edge research into the link between energy and cell biology in order to deliver a compelling account of evolution from the very origins of life to the emergence of multicellular organisms while offering deep insights into our own lives and deathsBoth rigorous and enchanting The Vital uestion provides a solution to life’s vital uestion why are we as we are and indeed why are we here at a. A gorgeous book so clear and well written Worth reading for the description of the ATP synthase alone I wish science writing this good had been around when I was at high school If you re considering reading it basically it s about the importance of mitochondria Lane s ideas got super fascinating in chapter 9 and if you don t currently have time to read all 305 pages of Lane s book and you know a little about cell biology already I rec picking up the book just to read this chapter alone And if you don t have time for a single chapter at the very climax of the book is a brief discussion of the deep sea parakaryote discovered in 2010 which really encapsulates his key takeaway points on endosymbionts and the evolution of complex cells and there s a very short excerpt from the book just on this topic here which you really shouldn t miss This was my first book by Lane but it won t be my last


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    The Vital uestion) [Pdf Free] õ Nick Lane Nick Lane Æ 2 Read How have physics and biochemistry been so perfectly matched in such tiny organisms?Please note that I have put the original German text to the end of this review Just if you might be interestedBillions of years nothing Then long stagnation And then an evolutionary and complexity explosion that can only be explained with a variety of vague hypotheses Something has enabled higher life has given primitive life forms the impossible seeming abil

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  • The Vital uestion
  • Nick Lane
  • English
  • 11 September 2020
  • 9780393352979