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Transcript
Evolution: Chapter 13 & 14
Objectives
Activities
Page Numbers
 Notes Natural Selection
 Natural Selection Examples: peppered
moth, multi-drug resistant TB
14-2 pg 296-298:
Evolution by
Natural Selection
2. Describe the factors that can
contribute to the development
of new species.
 Notes Factors of Speciation
 Genetic Drift Lab
14-4 pg 304-310:
The Development
of New Species
14-5 pg 310-313:
Evolutionary
Theory Evolves
3. Explain how genetic
mutations may result in
genotypic and phenotypic
variations within a population.
 Notes Mutation
 Advantageous Heterozygous: Sickle Cell
Anemia
 Survive 1 million years
14-3 pg 299-302:
Genetics and
Evolutionary
Theory
 Notes Evidence of Evolution
 Fossil Record Activities
Chapter 13 pg
268-235:
Evolution:
Evidence of
Change
1. Explain how natural selection
can impact allele frequencies
of a population.
4. Interpret evidence supporting
the theory of evolution
Important Vocabulary:
Natural Selection
Genetic Drift
Bottleneck Effect
Founder Effect
Gene Flow
Geographic Variation
Allopatric Speciation
Fossil Record
Anatomy
Mutation
Homology
Vestigial Organ
Biochemistry