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For all the latest India News,the bride.m still alive and opened the doors for me, he says For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsOn ancient Earth the earliest life encountered a paradox Chains of RNA—the ancestor of DNA—were floating around haphazardly duplicating themselves Scientists know that eventually these RNA chains must have become longer and longer setting the stage for the evolution of complex life forms like amoebas worms and eventually humans But under all current models shorter RNA molecules having less material to copy would have reproduced faster favoring the evolution of primitive organisms over complex ones Now new research offers a potential solution: Longer RNA chains could have hidden out in porous rocks near volcanic sites such as hydrothermal ocean vents where unique temperature conditions might have helped complex organisms evolve Hydrothermal vents are fissures in Earth’s crust that pump out superheated water They would have been common on early Earth which was more tectonically active than the planet is today says Dieter Braun an experimental biophysicist at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich Germany The water in hydrothermal vents is particularly rich in nutrients making them promising sites for the origin of life To figure out if hydrothermal vents could have given the evolution of complex life a boost Braun and his colleagues examined the physics of a theoretical single pore in the rock surrounding a vent The pore is open at the top and at the bottom and filled with a dilute solution of RNA molecules of various lengths The solution on the hot side—the one closer to the stream of superheated water—would become less dense and rise up through the pore Some of it would escape at the top to be replenished by more nutrient-rich fluid entering at the bottom The remainder would diffuse across to the cold side of the pore and drop back down A complex physical effect called thermophoresis causes charged molecules in a solution to accumulate in colder water and the longer chains having more charge would do this more often than shorter chains Therefore the shorter RNA chains would be more likely to escape out of the top of the pore whereas the longer ones would stay trapped inside where continually fed by nutrients they could reproduce Better still Braun says the continuous temperature cycling could actually help split the RNA double helix apart making it easier for it to reproduce To test this elaborate hypothesis Braun and his colleagues constructed a simulated piece of porous rock from a network of tiny glass capillary tubes heated on one side They allowed dissolved fragments of DNA to be washed into the tubes from the bottom Ideally they would have used RNA but Braun explains that there’s no good way to reproduce RNA in a lab whereas it’s easy to reproduce DNA with a standard laboratory process called PCR “All the thermophoresis and the characteristics of the trapping mechanism are the same for DNA and RNA” he says Once they let the experiment run the researchers found that longer chains of DNA were more likely to accumulate inside the tubes than shorter chains were As a result the longer strands reproduced much better inside the pores and their populations grew whereas the shorter strands were diluted so much that they went extinct the team reports online today in Nature Chemistry It’s “nice chemistry” says marine chemist Jeffrey Bada of the University of California (UC) San Diego but he is not convinced that hydrothermal vents or any other likely habitat on early Earth could have provided the conditions created in the lab: “The processes outlined are not likely to take place on a significant scale on the Earth or elsewhere” Biochemist Irene Chen of UC Santa Barbara disagrees and even thinks the research opens a door to studying environments beyond just volcanic ones She suggests rock pores hotter on one side than the other could result from solar as well as hydrothermal heating expanding the types of environments that could have favored the evolution of complex life A physical environment that could plausibly have existed on the early Earth “actually selects for longer RNA sequences” she says “The extra length is basically room for biological creativity”By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 20 2016 5:57 pm Acting on a complaint from Reliance Jio on alleged refusal of incumbent operators to allow mobile number portability (MNP) Trai has asked the operators for a clarification on the issue Top News Taking a stern view of the ongoing connectivity dispute between existing operators and Reliance Jio regulator Trai today warned of action in case of service quality violation as it asked all service providers to submit information on congestion levels in their networks Acting on a complaint from Reliance Jio on alleged refusal of incumbent operators to allow mobile number portability (MNP) Trai has asked the operators for a clarification on the issue “Today we have decided to seek information from all telecom service providers (TSPs) as to what is the level of congestion on their PoIs” Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Chairman R S Sharma told reporters here on the sidelines of an event organised by the Tower And Infrastructure Providers Association (Taipa) He added that Trai has asked them to furnish the said data from September 15-19 detailing how many calls were attempted and how many of them failed on a daily basis “That will determine level of congestion at PoIs” he said Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio has accused incumbent players — Bharti Airtel Vodafone and Idea Cellular — of providing less than the required number of PoIs needed to complete calls leading to 75-80 per cent of calls failing between Reliance Jio and other networks The existing operators had argued that the new entrant has unleashed a tsunami of “asymmetric” traffic on their networks According to the current regulations not more than five calls out of 1000 can fail at PoIs “Therefore we would like TSPs to ensure PoIs don’t drop calls and that quality of service norms on PoIs is maintained” he said Sharma said Trai will give operators “a couple of days” to furnish the data on PoI congestion for the five-day period and then it will “determine what action can be taken” He however declined to comment specifically on the action being mulled by the regulator “There is a regulation of Trai on what should be the quality norms on congestion at the network port and if that regulation is violated then we will have to take action against the party concerned” he said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANI | London | Published: March 17 2010 12:38 pm Related News Talk show host Oprah Winfrey has been told by a US judge she must defend a defamation case filed against her by the former headmistress of her girls school in South Africa Judge Eduardo Robreno refused to dismiss the legal action on March 15saying Nomvuho Mzamane had enough evidence to pursue her claim that Winfrey56allegedly made remarks about her following sex abuse complaints at the schoolreports the BBC The abuse emerged in 2007when one girl complained she had been fondled while others reported being sworn atgrabbed by the neckbeaten or thrown against a wall A former matron at the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academywhich was opened in Johannesburg in 2007 at a cost of 40 million dollarswas later charged with abusing six students Mzamane claims that Winfrey made statements to the press and parents at the timesuggesting she was not trustworthy Winfreys lawyers argued that the remarks reflected her opinionsbut the judge ruled they were potentially defamatory as they ascribed conduct which would render her [Mzamane unfit for her profession as an educator.
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