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Transcript
Double Jeopardy
Jeopardy!
Who am
I?
Evidence
of
Evolution
Natural
Selection
History of Populations
Earth
and Patterns
of Evolution
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Evidence of Evolution
$100
Answer: Newly evolved features,
such as feathers, that do not appear
in the fossils of common ancestors
What is a derived trait ?
Evidence of Evolution
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Answer:
show that ancient species share
similarities with species that now live
on Earth.
What is the fossil record ?
Evidence of Evolution
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Answer: Anatomically similar
structures inherited from a common
ancestor
What is a homologous structure?
Evidence of Evolution
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Answer:
Compares the DNA and RNA
sequences of different animals and
organisms to find a common ancestor.
What is biochemical evidence ?
Evidence of Evolution
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Answer:
Structures that do not have a
common evolutionary origin but are
similar in structure.
What is an analogous structure?
Natural Selection
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Answer: The ability of an organism to
survive and reproduce in its
environment
What is fitness?
Natural Selection
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Answer: Selection by humans for
breeding of useful traits from the
natural variation among different
organisms.
What is artificial selection?
Natural Selection
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Answer: An inherited trait that makes
an organism better able to survive in a
certain environment
What is an adaptation?
Natural Selection
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Answer: Selection type that favors one
extreme in the population over the
other
What is Directional Selection?
Natural Selection
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Answer: A harmless species resembles
a harmful one, predators learn to avoid
both species
Population/Patterns of Evolution
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Answer:
The pattern of evolution in which
species that were once similar
become different.
What is divergent evolution?
Population/Patters of evolution
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Answer:
A group of individuals that actually or
potentially interbreed in nature.
What is a species ?
Population/Patterns of Evolution
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The combined genetic information of
all the members of a particular
population
What is a genetic pool?
Population/Patterns of Evolution
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Answer:
Two species evolve in response to
changes in each other over time
What is coevolution?
Population/Patterns of Evolution
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Answer:
A single species or small group evolving
into several different forms.
What is adaptive radiation?
History of Earth
$100
Answer:
This gas was thought not be present in
early earth
What is oxygen?
History of Earth
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Answer:
These scientist showed that organic
compounds could be formed from
inorganic compounds
Who is Miller and Urey?
History of Earth
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Answer:
This organism is thought to be the
first life on Earth
What is bacteria?
History of Earth
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Answer:
The idea that non-living things can
produce living things
What is spontaneous generation
History of Earth
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Answer:
An non deformed sedimentary rock
layer is older than the layers above it
and younger than the layers below it
What is the law of superposition?
Final Jeopardy
Double Jeopardy!
Random 1
Random 2
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Random-1
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Answer:
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What is an amber-preserved fossil ?
Random-1
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Answer:
Eukaryotes evolved through a
symbiotic relationship between ancient
prokaryotes
What is the endosymbiont theory
Random-1
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Answer: Scientist who preformed this
experiment
Who is Louis Pasteur?
Random-1
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Answer:
Rate of evolution in which stable
periods, interrupted by brief periods
of rapid change
What is punctuated equilibrium?
Random-1
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Answer:
Structures that have no apparent
functions in present-day organisms
but may have been used in an ancestor
What are vestigial structures?
Random- 2
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Answer:
Venom in Snakes
What is a physiological adaptation?
Heat and Thermal Energy
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Answer:
What converts thermal energy to
mechanical energy?
What is a heat engine?
Random-2
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Answer:
Well-supported testable explanation
of phenomena that occur in the
natural world
What is a theory?
Random-2
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Answer:
This picture shows
which evolutionary
pattern
What is adaptive
radiation?
Random-2
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Answer: This picture shows what kind
of adaptation
Final Jeopardy!
Short Answer: Write your answer on
a sheet of paper
Short Answer
The brown-camouflaged butterfly and the greencamouflaged butterfly are surviving very well
together in the Gwinnett forest. The palecamouflaged butterfly is not having the same type of
luck. The brown-camouflaged butterfly can blend in
with the brown trees. The green-camouflaged
butterfly can blend into the green leaves. Over the
years, the brown and green butterflies have many,
many babies. The pale-camouflaged butterflies die
off. What type of natural selection is taking place.
DRAW THE GRAPH AND INCLUDE ARROWS IF
NECESSARY
Who am I?
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Answer:
I traveled on the HMS Beagle. My
observations helped influence the
world. My theories on change are still
being taught today.
Who is Charles Darwin?
Who am I?
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Answer:
The human population was growing
faster than the space and food needed
to provide for it.
Who is Thomas Malthus?
Who am I?
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Answer: He estimated the Earth to be
millions of years old and also wrote the
"Theory of the Earth“.
Who is James Hutton?
Who am I?
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Answer: “If the earth can change over
time, then why can’t the things on it?”
He wrote Principles of Geology
Who is Charles Lyell?
Who am I?
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Answer: Principle of use and disuse.
Traits can be acquired or loss.
Who is Jean Baptiste-Lamarck