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BIOL 111 Ch 23

by: Rebecca Istre

BIOL 111 Ch 23 BIOL 111

Rebecca Istre
University of Louisiana at Lafayette

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Date Created: 04/22/16
Biol 1/3/16  New ideas:  Hypothesis testing  Aristotle: science, observations, natural history, hypothesis testing  Empedocles: first to write that organisms changed over time  Geology: 1700s  Enlightenment in England, questioning f established ideas  Charles Lyell: observation of erosion of farm land, hypothosized that crand canyon, same  Theory at the time: disaster  He believed that it occurred slowy, so earth older  Bible: 5000 yrs old  It would take longer  The diversity of life: organisms are well suited for habitati  Waiting bird: long legs, eats bird, ong beak, bc pulls bugs out of mud  Bishop in Anglican: intelligent design: William paley  Jean Baptist la mark: frecnh, over many gen acquired char that it needed during life time, ex gariafees stretched to reach higher  Erasmus Darwin: grandfather of Darwin, wrote poem about evolution of life, nonconformist, nonreligious  Charles Darwin: father: Robert, famous doctor, studied med in france, invited to be royal doc but declined bc London not healthey, opposite of Erasmus, conservitave  Mother: Susannah wedgewood: from rich family,  The mount: Charles home  Taught by caroline, older sis  Age 9: to school for 12 yrs, not dedicated student  At 16: to med school  1st scientific mentor; Robert grant, redical pol, lamarkian, marine bio  dosent like med  like fieldtrips  wants to study natural history  became an Anglican minister, school at Cambridge unic  mentors: Robert Sedgwick, john henslow, adaptations of plants  1831 graduation  invited to be scientist on royal ship to cahrt south American harbors  to observe, take specimans  captian:  dad: no, real job  Josiah wedgewood persuades to let him go  Spent 5 yrs on beagle  Seasick entire time, but read  Publications in red  Cirrapedes: barnicles, fossils and living  Orgin of species: 2 main ideas: tree of life and natural selection 2  Explains Why they seem to be well suited to habitats?  Common acncestoy: biochem, all use dna nad rna as info processing system  How org get energy: glucose, pyruvate, steps are the same in all  ATP, Membranes  Structural and developmental homologies: same stuructues in org that are not directly related, don’t have to do the same thing  Suggest s that all org came from the same org, pic in slides  Analogus structues: do the same jobs, but not made the same  Bird and bat wings…. Answer: C.  Gene sequence: p53 protien, stops cell devision if problems in replication,  Banding on chromosomes 1-8 human and chim, gorillas, oragnatan  Embryonic developmet: lemur, pig, human  Evidence: convergence: org not closely related live in same habitat, same characteristics Selection makes unrealated animals look alike  Species: org that connot produce fertile offspring are separate species, problems  Theory of evolution: tenets: in powerpoint  Phenotypic variation  Traits are inherited 3  Darwin studies artificial selection, selective breeding  Evolution: decent with modification  To learn more and get OneNote, visit 4


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