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Chapter 15 Notes
Darwin on the HMS Beagle
The Galápagos Islands
Darwin Continued His Studies
Natural Selection
The Origin of Species
Support for Evolution
Comparative Embryology
Comparative Biochemistry
Evidence of Evolution
•Explain how mimicry and camouflage help species survive.
•How do homologous structures provide evidence for evolution?
Geographic Distribution
Types of Adaptation
Camouflage
Mimicry
Consequences of Adaptations
Populations, not individuals, evolve
Genetic Drift
Gene Flow
Natural Selection
Stabilizing selection
Directional selection
Disruptive selection
Sexual selection
Physiological Adaptations
Geographic Isolation
Adaptive Radiation
Convergent Evolution
Divergent Evolution
Rate of Speciation
Why is rapid evolutionary change more likely to occur in small populations?
Explain why the evolution of resistance to antibiotics in bacteria is an example of
directional natural selection.