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The Vital Vitamins (contd...)

Published on 6/16/2019
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The first living things developed in the ocean and were just molecules that could duplicate themselves whenever their ingredients happened to be around.  Today those things are called viruses, and they can find all the ingredients they need inside other living things like you and me.  The name of the molecule was DNA and it just washed around in the ocean until it was lucky enough to land where there was.....well, food.  It was rather like a tossed salad wandering in search of freshly chopped vegetables.

In those days that was all life was and there wasn't much to it.....until along swam a little creature with some built-in machinery for converting more common, everyday things into DNA.  This fellow had the additional advantage of stowing his delicate DNA at the center of the machinery, where it was less exposed to the capricious turbulence of the outside world.  The hitch was that the newcomer had to duplicate not only the DNA but all that machinery too.  That was the price of being a cell.

Before long there were many different kinds of cells around, offering only in which common everyday things they could duplicate themselves from.  One group really had it made:  they needed only water, a few minerals, carbon dioxide, and sunshine.  The first three they absorbed directly from the seawater around them, while for the fourth they had only to float at a shallow depth.  This type of cell soon became fruitful and multiplied to fill the oceans (their descendants, algae, and plankton, still do).  They were the first plants.





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