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Which of the following is the correct sequence of events in the origin of life? I. Formation of protobionts. II. Synthesis of organic monomers. III. Synthesis of organic polymers. IV. Formation of DNA-based genetic systems. A I, II, III, IV B I, III, II, IV C II, III, I, IV D II,III, IV, I

Which of the following is the correct sequence of events in the origin of life?
I. Formation of protobionts.
II. Synthesis of organic monomers.
III. Synthesis of organic polymers.
IV. Formation of DNA-based genetic systems.

A

I, II, III, IV

B

I, III, II, IV

C

II, III, I, IV

D

II,III, IV, I

 
 
 

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
one year ago
Dear stduent 
The sequence of the origin of life events is as follows-
The organic monomers were synthesised first and then the formation of the organic polymers took place.
all these organic compounds were then aggregated together and surrounded by a feeble membrane. this structure was known as the protobionts.
Much more  complex DNA based genetic system evolved after that
SO, the correct option is 'II, III, I, IV'
ankit singh
askIITians Faculty 614 Points
one year ago
ANSWER
The sequence of the origin of life events is as follows-
The organic monomers were synthesised first and then the formation of the organic polymers took place.
all these organic compounds were then aggregated together and surrounded by a feeble membrane. this structure was known as the protobionts.
Much more  complex DNA based genetic system evolved after that
SO, the correct option is 'II, III, I, IV'
Mayank Ranka
askIITians Faculty 281 Points
one year ago
 
Dear stduent 
The sequence of the origin of life events is as follows-
The organic monomers were synthesised first and then the formation of the organic polymers took place.
all these organic compounds were then aggregated together and surrounded by a feeble membrane. this structure was known as the protobionts.
Much more  complex DNA based genetic system evolved after that
SO, the correct option is 'II, III, I, IV'
Thank you
Akash sharam
51 Points
one year ago
Dear stduent 
The sequence of the origin of life events is as follows-
The organic monomers were synthesised first and then the formation of the organic polymers took place.
all these organic compounds were then aggregated together and surrounded by a feeble membrane. this structure was known as the protobionts.
Much more  complex DNA based genetic system evolved after that
SO, the correct option is 'II, III, I, IV'
 

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