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BIO Change Over Time Objectives
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Know what Lemarck’s hypothesis was, and why it is incorrect.
Know what Lyell’s contributions to Darwin’s Theory were.
Know what artificial selection is, and how it occurs.
Know what sexual selection is, and how it occurs.
Be able to reproduce Malthus’s graph.
Know who came up with the Theory of Natural Selection.
Know what a scientific theory is, and how it compares to hypothesis and Law
Know what evidence led Darwin to his Theory.
a. Know about the finches of the Galapagos.
b. Know his 4 conclusions that led to his theory,
9. Know what variations are and how they compare to adaptations
10. Know some forms of adaptations, such as camouflage and mimicry.
11. Know what the Hardy-Weinberg principle states.
a. Know some things that cause evolution in the H-W Principle.
12. Know the scientific definition of “evolution”.
13. Know the 3 types of selection that occurs in populations, and which phenotypes are favored by each.
14. Know some of the evidence for evolution.
a. Fossils, biogeography, embryology, homologous structures, vestigial structures
15. Be able to contrast convergent and divergent evolution.
16. Know what coevolution is.
17. Know how new species form.
a. Contract speciation and adaptive radiation
18. Have read and taken notes on Chapters 14 and 16, especially in relation to Neandertal’s relation to humans,
Archaeopteryx, Louis Pasteur’s disproving spontaneous generation, endosymbiotic theory, types of primates,
and which primate is most closely related to humans.
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Carrying capacity*
Artificial Selection
Sexual Selection
Extant
Extinct
Scientific Theory
Fitness (biological)
Natural Selection
Variation
Adaptation
Camouflage
Mimicry
Genetic Drift
Gene Flow
Mutation
Directional Selection
Stabilizing Selection
Disruptive Selection
Evolution
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Speciation
Descent with Modification
Convergent Evolution
Divergent Evolution
Coevolution
Adaptive Radiation
Extinction*
Fossil
Biogeography
Embryology
Homologous Structures
Vestigial Structure