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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.