It Takes Two to Evolve Too . The Hypothesis on Three Primary Communication Transitions in Evolution

@inproceedings{Kovalev2017ItTT,
  title={It Takes Two to Evolve Too . The Hypothesis on Three Primary Communication Transitions in Evolution},
  author={Nikolay A. Kovalev},
  year={2017}
}
Currently there is little doubt left on the symbiogenetic nature of eukaryotes genomes of archaeon and bacterium participated in shaping a genome of last eukaryotic common ancestor in equal albeit asymmetric manner, while a merger event itself indicated the advent of a new domain of life. The “symbiogenetic” framework of interaction of two partners is proposed, outlining similar steps essential for three major advents: the origin of life, the origin of complex life and the origin of humans… CONTINUE READING