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Transcript
Jeopardy
Start
Natural
Selection
Requirements
Natural Selection
Types/Variation
Sources
Isolation/Evoluti
on Patterns
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Final Jeopardy Question
Competition
A constant struggle for survival
can mean that which interaction
is constantly happening?
Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question
Variation
There are five requirements for
natural selection, name the one that
is inheritable and can be caused
randomly due to genetics or other
processes.
Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question
Fittest/Fit
The _________ individuals will
survive the longest and produce
more offspring than less ____
individuals.
Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question
Genetic Drift
Name the process that is defined
as: random change in allele
frequencies that is most
common in small populations.
Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question
Directional Selection
Which type of selection
favors one end of a
distribution curve over
the middle or other end
of the curve?
Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question
The type of natural
selection that favors
either end of the
distribution curve and
can lead to TWO new
species.
Number of Birds
in Population
Disruptive Selection
Beak Size
Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question
Gradualism
Unlike punctuated equilibrium,
_________ is defined as evolution that
occurs at a slow, constant rate.
Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question
Adaptive Radiation or Divergent Evolution
The evolution pattern that
results in one species
evolving into two or more
separate species.
Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question
Behavioral, Temporal, Geographic
List the three types of
reproductive isolation.
Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question
List the 5 conditions necessary to maintain genetic
equilibrium as defined in the Hardy-Weinberg Principle
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Random Mating
Large Population Size
No movement into or out of population
No Mutations
No Natural Selection