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Darwin had no crucial experiment that conclusively demonstrated evolution in action. His whole concept of natural selection rested on analogy”, an analogy between selective processes taking place under either artijcial or natural conditions . A series of 12) See [SO] for the Cuuier-Geofioydebate before and beyond the Academie. 13) See : Discussions between Goethe and Eckerrnann of the 2nd August 1830. 4 Bringing Chemical Solutions to Biological Problems questions was left open; that of whether in the union of two gametes into a zygote a mixture of the genes involved took place (blending inheritance), occupied a key position.
3 demonstrates the adaptation of synthetic goals to the state of the art in organic synthetics. The case studies described there have academic value that should not be underestimated, though for industrial synthetic practices they are not directly relevant because estrone will in general be commercially more advantageously accessible through partial synthesis than through total synthesis. In the search for an ovulation inhibitor outlined below, however, total synthesis plays a commercially acceptable role, since partial synthesis drops out as a serious contender from the second generation of inhibitors to be discovered in future.
To indicate quantitative proportional relationships between quasispecies and their mutants, Eigen’s evolutionary model uses a multidimensional representation (sequence space). In a nucleic acid space  (protein space 14)),each nucleic acid (protein) sequence is represented in the sequence space by a point and each change in the sequence by a vector. If the points in a sequence space are assigned specific scalar fitness values, a fitness landscape is obtained. The metaphor of a fitness landscape (adaptive landscape) was introduced into evolutionary biology in 1932 by Sewall Wright  and was afterwards used abundantly, if with a certain breadth of interpretation, by theoretical biologist^^^).