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Les Hatton

2016e

Darwinian Evolution, Symmetry, Conservation Principles and a box of chocolates

Presented at IET, London, December 2016IET_16-Dec-2016.pdf

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A layman's guide to the discovery of a conservation principle which underlies Natural Selection, gently forcing the length of proteins into a standard distribution which appears across all collections from the whole known proteome, down through the domains of life and into individual species. This is an extension of the work done by Greg Warr and I showing that longer proteins must obey a power-law in their length in amino acids.None yet11

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