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Natural Selection

Natural Selection

Natural Selection. Evolutionary Ideas. A lthough Darwin is given much credit for evolutionary theory, he was not the first person to come up with the idea. Evolution is the process of biological change by which descendants come to differ from their ancestors.

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CLASSROOM PROCEDURES

CLASSROOM PROCEDURES

CLASSROOM PROCEDURES. What a Great Day. Welcome to BIOLOGY. Mr. Willis Genola Eat odd things, example: A. insects Worms Others Think in a NEW way. Supplies to bring to class A. self and Brain B. Materials 1. Book 2. Paper 3. Writing Tools. C. Home Work 1.Assignment

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Patterns in Evolution

Patterns in Evolution

Patterns in Evolution. Key concept : Evolution occurs in patterns. Evolution through natural selection is not random. Natural selection can have direction. The effects of natural selection add up over time. Convergent Evolution.

By Melvin
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Natural Selection & Adaptation

Natural Selection & Adaptation

Natural Selection & Adaptation. Genetics Rewind. Heredity is….? How do traits get passed on? Think about this… Why don’t all organisms have the same traits? Can the frequency of a trait change?. “Walking” frogfish at large!.

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An Journey to the Galapagos Islands

An Journey to the Galapagos Islands

An Journey to the Galapagos Islands Where is the world is the Galapagos Islands? The Galapagos Islands are located in the Pacific Ocean, 600 miles west of Ecuador, which is on the western coast of South America.

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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy Science Talk Evolution In a Nut Shell Cool Facts Live or Die Adaptations Around Us 10 Point

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Cetaceans

Cetaceans

Cetaceans. Cetacean Evolution. The Cetacea probably originated in the Palaeocene, and had an Eocene differentiation. We have 2 questions: 1) From which mammalian group did the Cetacea evolve? 2) Do the 2 modern suborders share a common ancestor?. Cetaceans: Evolution.

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15.2 PDQ

15.2 PDQ

15.2 PDQ. 1. Name and define 3 processes that affect the genetic makeup of populations over time. Gene flow – exchange of genes between populations due to migration Genetic Drift – change in gene frequencies from generation to generation due to random processes

By Sophia
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CST Review

CST Review

CST Review. Ecology and Evolution. Ecology Power Standards. BI 6.a-Students know biodiversity is the sum total of different kinds of organisms and is affected by alterations of habitats.

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Life on Earth Revision

Life on Earth Revision

Life on Earth Revision. Variation of Life on Earth. All living things, both those alive and those that are now extinct all originate from the simple living things that first appeared 3500 million years ago. Evidence for evolution comes from: Fossils DNA testing. Natural Selection.

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Do Now

Do Now

Do Now. What are the steps to gel electrophoresis? What are the steps to making a transgenic organism? What are two examples of how we use recombinant DNA technology to make transgenic organisms?. Do Now. Do you agree with the following statement? Explain why or why not. Give examples!

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Evolution & Natural Selection

Evolution & Natural Selection

Evolution & Natural Selection. Evolution. Means “change.” In a narrower sense referring to organisms, means a permanent change occurring in a species over generations. Can evolution be a fact?. Forms that evolution may take. Extinction. Artificial selection.

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Charles Robert Darwin

Charles Robert Darwin

Charles Robert Darwin. Who was the British scientist who laid the foundations of the theory of evolution and transformed the way we think about the natural world?.

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Unit B: Section 1.3

Unit B: Section 1.3

Unit B: Section 1.3. There ’ s a dragon in my garage. by Carl Sagan

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Warm up

Warm up

Warm up. Modern technology could be used to clone animals (like you favorite dog). Cloned animals would resemble the original pets because: How is the process of gene therapy used to treat cystic fibrosis? Describe the procedure represented in the diagram below using these terms?

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Evolution & Natural Selection Cornell Notes

Evolution & Natural Selection Cornell Notes

Evolution & Natural Selection Cornell Notes. EQ: How Does Natural Selection Influence Evolution? Phoenix Union Curriculum Guide Essential Standard 6.2 Analyze how a change in an environmental factor can affect the number and diversity of individuals in a population (natural selection).

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The Process of Speciation

The Process of Speciation

The Process of Speciation . Section 16–3 This section explains how species evolve and describes the process of speciation in the Galápagos Islands. Introduction . What is speciation? It is the formation of new species. Isolating Mechanisms. The Process of Speciation.

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Religiosity of Latvian society

Religiosity of Latvian society

Religiosity of Latvian society. Asoc.professor Dr.Paed.Laima Geikina 2010. Basic Facts. Latvia ( Lettland, Lettonie ) – one of the three Baltic states (Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania), borders with Estonia, Lithuania, Russia and Byelorussia Capital – Riga Currency – Lats (1.4 €)

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History of Life on Earth-I Lectures 1-17: From the Origin of Life to Early Mammal Evolution

History of Life on Earth-I Lectures 1-17: From the Origin of Life to Early Mammal Evolution

History of Life on Earth-I Lectures 1-17: From the Origin of Life to Early Mammal Evolution. Instructor: Steve Greenhouse. About this Course. I am your instructor:

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Charles Darwin and His Origin of Species

Charles Darwin and His Origin of Species

Charles Darwin and His Origin of Species. Darwin’s Background. Born in England, 1809  Studied Medicine at Edinburgh University Transferred to Cambridge University Studied to be a Minister Married 1 st cousin & had 10 children.

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