LOPE notes week 3
LOPE notes week 3 BSCI - 10002 - 002
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LOPE Week 3 Notes Chapter 13 How Population Evolve microevolution Biology and society mosquitoes microbes and malaria DDT was used to kill mosquitoes resistance over time The evolution of pesticideresistant insects just one of the many ways that evolution affects us Darwin and the origin of species Life shows rich diversity There are similarities in life that allow classi cation Adaptation organisms display many striking ways in which they are suited for their environments UJNH Scienti c hypothesis a scienti c explanation Darwin and Wallus should both get credit for evolution Descent with modi cation Darwin39s de nition for the word quotevolutionquot Natural selection process in which organisms with some inherited characteristics are more likely to survive and reproduce than individuals with other characteristics causes evolution Macroevolution microevolution occurring over very long spans of time millions of years Darwin was in uenced by Charles Lyell Lye suggested the earth is very old earth was sculpted by gradual geological processes that continues today Evidence of evolution 1 Fossil record often found in sedimentary rocks prokaryotes evidence rst sign of life single cell Biogeography study of geographic distribution of species Comparative anatomy comparison of body structure between different species 4 Comparative embryology early stages of development in different animal species reveal additional humongous relationships supports evolution theory 5 Molecular biology all living organisms use DNA UJN Paleontologist study of fossil organisms Homology similarity in structures due to common ancestry Analogy similarity in structures due to independent evolution birdbat wings Vestigial structures remnants of features that served important functions in an organism39s ancestors but now not as important whales pelvic bone humans tail bone lnference unequal reproductive success natural selection Population group of individuals of the same species living in the same place and time
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