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EVOLUTION CONCEPT MAP

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Chloe McWilliams

on 5 September 2012

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Transcript of EVOLUTION CONCEPT MAP

EVOLUTION CHARLES DARWIN OF WHO WROTE ORIGIN OF SPECIES HAS IMPORTANT OUTCOMES IS BASED ON OF LARMACK WHO DEVELOPED LARMACK'S IDEA OF EVOLUTION IDEAS OF HARDY-
WEINBERG
EQUATION WHICH EXPLAINS HARDY-WEINBURG
EQULIBRIUM HAPPENS BECAUSE OF VARIATION OCCURS BY MUTATIONS IS SUPPORTED BY EVIDENCE SUCH AS MOLECULAR
HOMOLOGIES SUCH AS BIOGEOGRAPY SUCH AS HOMOLOGOUS
STRUCTURES VESTIGAL
ORGANS SUCH AS SUCH AS COEVOLUTION SPECIATION SUCH AS CAUSED BY ADAPTIVE
RADIATION CONVERGENT
EVOLUTION SUCH AS WITH ANALOGOUS
STRUCTURES PLAYS OUT THROUGH POPULATION
GENETICS NATURAL
SELECTION SUCH AS IN STABILIZING
SELECTION DISRUPTIVE
SELECTION IN IN DIRECTIONAL
SELECTION GENE FLOW SUCH AS IN ENDEMIC
SPECIES IN EVOLUTIONARY
ADAPTATION SUCH AS GENETIC
DRIFT IN IN FOUNDER
EFFECT BOTTLENECK
EFFECT GENE POOL SUCH AS IN MACRO-EVOLUTION IN MICRO-EVOLUTION IS SUPPORTED BY SYSTEMATICS SUCH AS BINOMIAL
NOMENCLATURE WHICH IS DOMAIN, KINGDOM, PHYLUM, CLASS, ORDER, FAMILY, GENUS, AND SPECIES TAXONOMY SUCH AS IN TAXON PHYLOGENY SUCH AS IS BASED ON THEORIES SUCH AS UNIFORM-ITARIANISM SUCH AS PUNCTUATED
EQUILIBRIUM SUCH AS CATASTROPH-
ISM SUCH AS GRADUALISM IS RESPONSIBLE FOR HISTORY OF
LIFE VISUALIZED BY COMMON
DESCENT VISUALIZED BY PALEONT-OLOGY DESCENT WITH
MODIFICATION AS SEEN IN HOMOLOGY AS SEEN IN AS SEEN IN ARTIFICIAL
SELECTION BIOLOGICAL TRAITS BECOME MORE/LESS COMMON EVOLVING TO ADAPT TO SURROUNDINGS STUDY OF PREHISTORIC LIFE EARTH WAS AFFECTED BY CATASTROPHIC EVENT SPECIATION IS SLOW AND UNIFORM NATURAL LAWS CURRENTLY IN EFFECT OPERATED IN THE PAST ALSO ORGANISMS TRIED TO IMPROVE THEMSELVES SO THESE IMPROVEMENTS WOULD BE PASSED DOWN TO THEIR OFFSPRING PASSING OF TRAITS FROM PARENTS TO OFFSPRING BREEDING OF CERTAIN TRAITS SIMILAR BODY PARTS BASIS OF ORGANIZATION FOR COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY SERVED PURPOSE IN PAST BUT NOT IN THE PRESENT GENES SHARED DUE TO COMMON ANCESTRY STUDY OF DISTRIBUTION OF SPECIES ISOLATED SPECIES EVOLUTION HAPPENING ON A SMALL SCALE STUDY OF ALLELE FREQUENCY CHANGES OVER TIME COMPLETE SET OF UNIQUE ALLELES IN A SPECIES OR POPULATION MATHEMATIC EQUATION USED TO CALCULATE GENETIC VARIATION PRINCIPLE STATING GENETIC VARIATION IN A POPULATION WILL REMAIN CONSTANT IN ABSENSE OF DISTRIBUTING FACTORS ACCIDENTAL CHANGES IN DNA DRIFT OF GENE FREQUENCIES DECREASE IN GENE POOL DIVERSITY GENETIC DRIFT THAT OCCURS WHEN A POPULATION IS FOUNDED TRANSFER OF GENES FROM ONE POPULATION TO ANOTHER FAVORS ONE EXTREME PHENOTYPE OVER THE OTHER EXTREME SELECTS AGAINST THE AVERAGE INDIVIDUAL IN A POPULATION FAVORS THE AVERAGE INDIVIDUALS IN A POPULATION GENETICALLY DISTINCT SPECIES EVOLVE BECAUSE OF GENETIC ISOLATION EVOLUTION HAPPENING ON A LARGE SCALE EVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENT OF A SPECIES/TAXONOMIC GROUP OF ORGANISMS NAMING/CLASSIFYING ORGANISMS ORGANISMS EVOLVE WITH ANALOGOUS STRUCTURES DIVERSIFICATION OF A SPECIES INTO SEVERAL FORMS TWO OR MORE SPECIES EVOLVING TOGETHER EVOLUTIONARY CHANGE HAPPENING RAPIDLY AND IN BRIEF GEOLOGICAL EVENTS SIMILAR STRUCTURES DESCRIBING, CLASSIFYING, AND IDENTIFYING ORGANISMS CLASSIFIED GROUP OF ORGANISMS THE WAY ORGANISMS HAVE BEEN CLASSFIED OVER TIME
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