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  1. Complete amino acid sequence of copper-zinc superoxide dismutase from Drosophila melanogaster.

    Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 241(2):577 (1985) PMID 3929689

    The complete amino acid sequence of the Drosophila melanogaster Cu,Zn superoxide dismutase subunit has been determined by automated Edman degradation. Sequence analyses were performed on the intact S-carboxymethylated protein, two fragments derived from CNBr cleavage, and three peptides recovered fr...
  2. Gene Sharing and Evolution: The Diversity of Protein Functions by Joram Piatigorsky (2007) Harvard University Press

    FASEB Journal 23(7):2022 (2009)

  3. Origin of the metazoan phyla: molecular clocks confirm paleontological estimates.

    PNAS 95(2):606 (1998) PMID 9435239

    We have analyzed 18 protein-coding gene loci and estimated that protostomes (arthropods, annelids, and mollusks) diverged from deuterostomes (echinoderms and chordates) about 670 million years ago, and chordates from echinoderms about 600 million years ago. Both estimates are consistent with paleont...
  4. LIFE: THE SHORT(ER) VERSION

    BioScience 55(9):801 (2005)

  5. Evolution

    Copeia 1978(4):733 (1978)

  6. Adaptation and novelty: teleological explanations in evolutionary biology.

    History & Philosophy of the Life Sciences 21(1):3 (1999) PMID 10865876

    I propose that this use is appropriate, because teleological explanations are hypotheses that can be subject to empirical testing. The distinctiveness of teleological hypotheses is that they account for the existence of a feature in terms of the function it serves; for example, wings have evolved an...
  7. Darwin's Gift to Science and Religion: Commentaries and Responses

    Theology and Science 6(2):179 (2008)

  8. Intelligent Design: The Original Version

    Theology and Science 1(1):9 (2003)

  9. Francisco J. Ayala

    Current Biology 19(23):0 (2009)

  10. Icons of Evolution An Encyclopedia of People, Evidence, and Controversies . (2008). Editor Brian Regal. Greenwood Press. Hardback, 687 pp. I...

    Bioessays 31(1):1252 (2008)