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Asg: HON 2016
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adaptive radiation or divergent evolution
Allopatric speciation
analogous structures
artificial selection
binomial nomenclature (genus, species)
biogeography
bottleneck effect
coevolution
convergent evolution
Darwin
descent with modification
Evolution Terms to Know
 directional selection
 disruptive selection
 domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order,
family, genus, species
 Evidence of evolution
 evolutionary adaptation
 founder effect
 gene flow
 gene pool
 genetic drift
 Genetic variation
As you are completing your internet activities on evolution, watch for the terms on this sheet. You will
need to define them and eventually come up with a concept map or graphic organizer.
Asg: HON 2016
Evolution Terms to Know
 adaptive radiation or divergent evolution
 directional selection
 Allopatric speciation
 disruptive selection
 analogous structures
 domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order,
 artificial selection
family, genus, species
 binomial nomenclature (genus, species)
 Evidence of evolution
 biogeography
 evolutionary adaptation
 bottleneck effect
 founder effect
 coevolution
 gene flow
 convergent evolution
 gene pool
 Darwin
 genetic drift
 descent with modification
 Genetic variation
As you are completing your internet activities on evolution, watch for the terms on this sheet. You will
need to define them and eventually come up with a concept map or graphic organizer.
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homologous structure
homology
Lamarck’s idea of evolution
macroevolution
microevolution
molecular homologies
mutations
natural selection
Origin of Species
paleontology
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phylogeny
population genetics
Postzygotic barriers
Prezygotic barriers
speciation
stabilizing selection
Sympatric speciation
taxon
taxonomy
vestigial organs
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homologous structure
homology
Lamarck’s idea of evolution
macroevolution
microevolution
molecular homologies
mutations
natural selection
Origin of Species
paleontology
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phylogeny
population genetics
Postzygotic barriers
Prezygotic barriers
speciation
stabilizing selection
Sympatric speciation
taxon
taxonomy
vestigial organs