The DNA translation machines in the cell show unexpected complexity, forcing molecular biologists to revise what they thought they knew about ribosomes.
This is the fourth installment of my ongoing conversation with theistic evolutionist Hans Vodder about my book Undeniable.
What can bacteria collected around a university campus tell us about adaptive radiation?
Proteins are composed of a linear string of amino acids, often hundreds in length, and perform all sorts of important tasks in the cell.
Dr. Nelson will ask why a bacterial cell subjected to sterilizing sonication — or death by sound — will never come back to life. Ever.