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Coacervate
also called Complex coacervation and has one more synonym

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  1. a tiny spherical droplet of assorted organic molecules which is held together by hydrophobic forces from a surrounding liquid

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  2. specifically, lipid molecules

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  3. While proposing that modern life came from common ancestors, with the "tree" of life being simpler the farther back one goes, Charles Darwin suggested that, therefore, all living things may come from a single common ancestor, an "ur-organism", presum

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  4. Coacervates measure 1 to 100 micrometers across, possess osmotic properties and form spontaneously from certain dilute organic solutions

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  5. Their name derives from the Latin coacervare, meaning to assemble together or cluster

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