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niiicholas



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 17 2004,00:52   

I was just looking at some of the "related articles" on some of the other articles, I discovered this one:

C. J. Davidson, E. G. Tuddenham and J. H. McVey (2003). 450 million years of hemostasis Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis. Volume 1 Issue 7 Page 1487.

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In this chapter we review the biochemical evidence, molecular cloning and sequence data indicating the structure of the blood-coagulation network in non-mammalian vertebrates and present an evolutionary scenario to account for possible evolution of what has been described as 'an irreducibly complex system that could not have arisen by a gradual step-by-step Darwinian process' [7]. [Ref #7 is: Behe MJ. Darwin’s Black Box. New York: The Free Press, 1996.]


They include a pretty detailed scenario and lots of pics.

Edited by niiicholas on Mar. 17 2004,00:53

  
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