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Copy of Copy of 5.02Evolutionary Relationships

Evolutionary Relationships
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05.02 Evolutionary Relationships
Create a data table containing a tally of the number of each color of prey in each generation:

Color1._blue__2.__red__3.__yellow__4.__purple___5.___green__

Generation1. 16 20 20 20 24
Generation2. 28 16 16 16 24
Generation3. 40 4 11 24 20 Record any observations.

Be sure to answer the following reflection questions in the conclusion of your lab report:

How do the original and surviving prey populations compare?
there seemed to be more blue and purple population due to camouflage.

How did the colors of each type of prey affect its population size over time?
the blue and purple population seemed to dominate over the other colors in the end. I think over time they will be the only two colors in extinct with green, and yellow being rare.

What color(s) seemed to camouflage the best in this habitat? What color(s) seemed to stand out the most? the colors that actually had a chance in this exercise were blue and purple. red seemed to stand out a lot more than the others.

How do you predict the data would change if you continued? Explain your answer.
I think red would no longer be apart of the habitat, and some other colors would falter to being rare as well.

How would these results change if the colors or patterns of the habitat were to change?
In this exercise lab experiment what happened, sense the pattern of the habitat was the colors of purple and blue, and those prey colors were the ones who lived mostly throughout the test.

Identify at least two things that are unrealistic and two things that are realistic about this exercise.
well first off it isn't very concrete, the predator could act randomly picking prey, also the prey has no way of escaping.

Describe other adaptations besides color that could affect an individual’s survival.
smarts, developing defenses, running faster, hiding better. Generation III. 200% 20% 55% 120% 100% Generation II. 140% 80% 80% 80% 120% Generation I. 80% 100% 100% 100% 120%
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