Proposed Table of Contents.
Origin of Biomacromolecular Chirality: In Search of Evolutional Dynamics (V. Avetisov).
Carbon Monoxide Clusters in the Formation of D-Sugars, L-Amino Acids, Ribonucleotides and Deoxyribonucleic Acids in Prebiotic Molecular Evolution on Earth (N. Aylward, N. Bofinger).
Molecular Clockworks as Tools for Biological Chirality (L. Bencze et al.).
Diastereomers Do, What They Should Not Do (H. Brunner).
Molecular Origins of Life: Homochirality as a Cosequence ot the Dynamic Co-Emergence and Co-Evolution of Peptides and Chemical Energetics (A. Commeyras et al.).
Use of Amino Acids and Amino Acid Racemization for Age Determination in Archaeometry (J.Csapo et al.).
Enantiomeric Enrichment in Nonracemic Conglomerates. A Possible Component of the Solution to the Problem of the Origin of Biochirality (S.I. Goldberg).
Genetic Code: Self Referential and Functional Model (R.C. Guimaraes, C.H.C. Moreira).
Specific Symmetry of Living Systems (V.A. Gusev).
Chiral Crystal Faces of Common Rock-Forming Minerals (R.M. Hazen).
Origin of Biomolecules - Origin of Homochirality (C.Hajdu, L. Keszthelyi).
Implication of Polya's Urn Experiment and Celebral Lateralization (N. Hokkyo).
Theory of Hierarchical Homochirality (D.K. Kondepudi).
Possible Mechanisms for Production of Larger Enantiomeric Excess (D.Z. Lippmann, J. Dix).
Sugar C-Sulfonic Acids (A.Liptak).
Racemization of Amino Acids in Hydrothermal Environments: a Contribution of Temperature Gradient (K. Matsuno, A. Nemoto).
The Theory of Chirality Induction and Chirality Reduction in Biomolecules (P.G. Mezey).
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