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SBI3U
Evolution - Unit in Review
Review material in the following sections of the textbook and focus on the specific topics listed below:
-7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5
-8.1, 8.2, 8.3
Key terms from the textbook that you need to know are indicated in bold face.
History of Evolutionary Thought: (7.1, 7.2, 7.4, 7.5)
-what does it mean that species are immutable?
-how did the following scientists contribute ideas to modern theories of evolution?
-Georges Cuvier (catastophism), Charles Lyell (uniformitarianism)
-Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (inheritance of acquired characteristics)
-Charles Darwin (theory of evolution by natural selection)
-survival of the fittest, adaptation
-Thomas Malthus (competition within populations)
Evidence of Evolution: (7.3, 7.4)
-what were the observations that Darwin made during his voyage on the HMS Beagle that led to his
-biogeography, fossils, species present on the Galapagos Islands
-how do homologous features, analagous features, and vestigial features provide evidence of
evolution?
Mechanisms of Evolution: (7.1, 8.1)
-how do mutations enable evolution?
-neutral mutations, harmful mutations, beneficial mutations
SBI3U
Evolution - Unit in Review
Review material in the following sections of the textbook and focus on the specific topics listed below:
-7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5
-8.1, 8.2, 8.3
Key terms from the textbook that you need to know are indicated in bold face.
History of Evolutionary Thought: (7.1, 7.2, 7.4, 7.5)
-what does it mean that species are immutable?
-how did the following scientists contribute ideas to modern theories of evolution?
-Georges Cuvier (catastophism), Charles Lyell (uniformitarianism)
-Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (inheritance of acquired characteristics)
-Charles Darwin (theory of evolution by natural selection)
-survival of the fittest, adaptation
-Thomas Malthus (competition within populations)
Evidence of Evolution: (7.3, 7.4)
-what were the observations that Darwin made during his voyage on the HMS Beagle that led to his
-biogeography, fossils, species present on the Galapagos Islands
-how do homologous features, analagous features, and vestigial features provide evidence of
evolution?
Mechanisms of Evolution: (7.1, 8.1)
-how do mutations enable evolution?
-neutral mutations, harmful mutations, beneficial mutations
-explain adaptation of a population to its environment (e.g., evolution of antibiotic resistant bacteria)
-what are the types of selection that cause different patterns of natural selection?
-directional selection, stabilizing selection, disruptive selection
-sexual selection
-other than natural selection, what causes changes in the genetic make-up of populations?
-genetic drift
-genetic bottlenecks
-founder effect
-human influence
-artificial selection
Speciation & Patterns of Evolution: (8.2, 8.3)
-how is a new species formed?
-reproductive isolation (reproductive isolating mechanism, prezygotic mechanisms,
postzygotic mechanisms)
-patterns of speciation (allopatric speciation, sympatric speciation)
-what are some examples of adaptive radiation and coevolution?
-what are the differences between divergent evolution and convergent evolution?
Evaluation:
Date:
Unit Test
Evolution Debate
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
TBD
Categories:
KU
TI
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A
C
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-what are the types of selection that cause different patterns of natural selection?
-directional selection, stabilizing selection, disruptive selection
-sexual selection
-other than natural selection, what causes changes in the genetic make-up of populations?
-genetic drift
-genetic bottlenecks
-founder effect
-human influence
-artificial selection
Speciation & Patterns of Evolution: (8.2, 8.3)
-how is a new species formed?
-reproductive isolation (reproductive isolating mechanism, prezygotic mechanisms,
postzygotic mechanisms)
-patterns of speciation (allopatric speciation, sympatric speciation)
-what are some examples of adaptive radiation and coevolution?
-what are the differences between divergent evolution and convergent evolution?
Evaluation:
Unit Test
Evolution Debate
Date:
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
TBD
Categories:
KU
TI
√
A
C
√
√
√
√