Should the teaching of biological evolution include the origin of life?
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Should the teaching of biological evolution include the origin of life?

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Lazcano, Antonio; Peretó, Juli Perfil
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The development of mainstream research on the origin of life as an outcome of Darwinian evolution is discussed. It is argued that prebiotic evolution and the origin of life should not be excluded from the syllabus and should be part of classes on biological evolution, and that the transition from non-living to living matter is best understood when seen as part of evolutionary biology. The wide acceptance of evolutionary approaches to the study of the emergence of life in European and Latin American countries is discussed.

    Lazcano, Antonio; Peretó, Juli G. 2010 Should the teaching of biological evolution include the origin of life? Evolution, Education, Outreach 3 4 661 667
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12052-010-0285-2
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