Spatial model of autocatalytic reactions.

Abstract

Biological cells with all of their surface structure and complex interior stripped away are essentially vesicles--membranes composed of lipid bilayers which form closed sacs. Vesicles are thought to be relevant as models of primitive protocells, and they could have provided the ideal environment for prebiotic reactions to occur. In this paper, we… (More)

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