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Exam 3 Study Guide

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Exam 3 Study Guide Biology201

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Principles of Ecology and Evolution
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Exam 3 on Wednesday Nov.11 Chapter 22 and 23 Natural Selection Evolution of Populations
Principles of Ecology and Evolution
Dr. Josiah Townsend
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Date Created: 11/07/15
Exam 3 Wednesday Nov 11 Chapter 22 Evolution by Natural Selection What did Carolus Linnaeus discover and why was it important What can fossils show about the evolution of species True or false Evolution is only a process Explain Lamarck39s hypothesis of evolution What was the importance of Darwin39s trip on the Beagle How does natural selection allow for populations to vary in size State and explain the four main types of data that show the pattern of evolution 8 True or false Arti cial selection and natural selection are not the same 9 Explain why do species change with their environment 10Explain the difference between homologous structures and vestigial structures 11Explain how evolutionary trees phylogenies show the connections between present and past generations of species 12What is a result of convergent evolution 13How did the breaking of Pangea aid in the evolution of species 14Where would you be most likely to nd an endemic species NP P PP N Chapter 23 Evolution of Populations 1 What is the difference between genotypes and phenotypes 2 How is microevolution different than macroevolution 3 What are three things that can cause allele frequency change 4 True or False Natural selection causes adaptive evolution 5 What causes genetic variation 6 Explain what the p and q represent in the HardyWeinberg equation 7 What causes phenotypic plasticity Is this the same as adaption 8 True or False neutral variations directly bene t the species 9 Explain how rapid reproduction affects a species39 population 10 What is the HardyWeinberg equation used to test 11 De ne a locus 12 What is the difference between heterozygous and homozygous 13 What are the ve conditions for nonevolving populations met in nature


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