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BIOL 111 Evolution

by: Rebecca Istre

BIOL 111 Evolution BIOL 111

Rebecca Istre
University of Louisiana at Lafayette

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rebecca Istre on Friday April 22, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to BIOL 111 at University of Louisiana at Lafayette taught by Dr. Deaton in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views.

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Date Created: 04/22/16
Biology 111 Evolution Video  Most of earths history is microbes then animal life, then humans (small part of history)  Whales: largest mammal  Mammals: 200 mil? Years, breathe air, adaptations of living on land  Dolphins and whales are sea mammals, how do they relate?  Transitional forms  Tinkering  Common ancestor  570 mil yrs ago: 1st animals  Cambrian explosion  DNA made of genes  Answers in embroys?  Fruit flies  Chimpanzees: knuckle walking  Lemurs  Newts vs gardener snakes  Micro organisms, biggest threat to humans  Can reproduce really quickly  Penicillin  Antibiotics  Russian prison, tuberculosis  Drug resistant strains left over multiply and infect again  Domestication of bacteria  Mutual symbiosis  Evolution and sex  Sexual vs asexual reproduction  Genetic variation  The red queen  Inbreeding  Female choice  Male extravagant phenotypes?  Chimps and bonobos, food on ground  Social behaviors  Geological periods  Catastrophe(s)  Mass extinction  Dinosaurs and mammals  Extinction via humans  Biological invasion  2


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