Exam 1 Study Guide
Exam 1 Study Guide BIO 209L-001
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Date Created: 10/14/15
BIOS209 Fall 2015 Exam 1 Study Guide This is a list of concepts terms and topics with which you should be familiar This is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all topics Also use the old exams posted on Blackboard as examples of the types of questions that will appear on the exam Lectures 18 Classification of biodiversity ie Kingdom Phylum Class etc Genetics terms DNA locus gene allele chromosome homozygous heterozygous dominant recessive genotype phenotype Calculating allele frequencies Calculating genotype frequencies Sources of genetic variation in a population Blood types genetic determination for ABO and RhRh groups Sicklecell disease genetic causes and fitness consequences Continuous vs categorical traits Evolution definition What it is and What it isn t Fitness What it is and how it relates to evolution Directional disruptive and stabilizing selection 4 Mechanisms of evolution mutation gene ow random genetic drift and natural selection understand the differences between them be able to recognize examples of each Bottleneck effect and founder effect Natural selection understand the process and its requirements e g preexisting genetic variation differences in survival or reproduction traits genetically determined Pepper moth example Sexual selection intersexual vs intrasexual Artificial vs natural selection HardyWeinberg Equation What it is used forWhat it means assumptions of the equation know how to carry out the practice problems posted on Blackboard Misconceptions of evolution Microevolution and macroevolution Homologous vs analogous structures be able to recognize examples of each Vestigial traits What they are how they are interpreted and examples Evolutionary trees phylogenies types of data used how to read Convergent evolution examples how recognized and interpreted Species concepts biological ecological morphological phylogenetic Speciation allopatric vs sympatric fusion stability and reinforcement autopolyploidy vs allopolyploidy Mechanisms of isolation reproductive barriers e g gametic isolation temporal isolation hybrid sterility etc
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