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1 Do Now 1.Come in quietly 2.Copy the objective (To learn about Evolution) 3.Relax and wait until class starts 4.And please dont put the textbooks that are on your desks on the floor.

2 Evolution

3 Darwin in a nutshell Individual organisms in nature differ from one another. Organisms in nature produce more offspring than can survive. Because more organisms are produced than can survive, competition for limited resources takes place. Since each organism is unique, each has distinct advantages and disadvantages in the struggle for existence.

4 Darwin (cont) Individuals best suited to their environment survive and reproduce most successfully. The characteristics that make them survive are passed on to their offspring. Species change over time. Species alive today have descended with modifications from species that used to live in the past. All organisms on Earth are united into a single tree of life by common ancestors.

5 Gene Pools Gene Pools A gene pool is the combined genetic information of all the members of a particular population. A gene pool is the combined genetic information of all the members of a particular population.

6 Sources of Genetic Variation Sources of Genetic Variation Mutations – Mutations – A change in sequence of DNA. Things that can cause mutations: A change in sequence of DNA. Things that can cause mutations: Mistakes in DNA Mistakes in DNA Radiation Radiation Chemicals Chemicals They can affect a single base, a length of DNA or an entire chromosome

7 Genetic Shuffling – Genetic Shuffling – This is basically the genetic variation that occurs with the process of sexual reproduction (crossing over, 4 n, etc.) This is basically the genetic variation that occurs with the process of sexual reproduction (crossing over, 4 n, etc.)

8 Genetic Drift Genetic Drift Occurs when one portion of the population finds a new habitat. Occurs when one portion of the population finds a new habitat. Now, there are different types of genes present in the new gene pool Now, there are different types of genes present in the new gene pool This creates a new population. This creates a new population.

9 Genetic Equilibrium Genetic Equilibrium This is a situation where allele frequencies (the amount of times a trait occurs) stay the same. This is a situation where allele frequencies (the amount of times a trait occurs) stay the same. In order for this to happen, the following must occur: In order for this to happen, the following must occur:

10 A.There must be random mating Random mating ensures that each organism has an equal chance to pass on its genetic information Random mating ensures that each organism has an equal chance to pass on its genetic information Random Mating Allowed No Random Mating Allowed

11 B. Large Population A large population would limit the effect of Genetic Drift A large population would limit the effect of Genetic Drift

12 C. No movement into or out of the population Genetically, this would keep the gene pool of a certain population in tact and totally different from nearby gene pools Genetically, this would keep the gene pool of a certain population in tact and totally different from nearby gene pools

13 D. No Mutations A mutation would alter the types and numbers of alleles present in the gene pool. A mutation would alter the types and numbers of alleles present in the gene pool.

14 E. No natural selection No phenotype can have a selective advantage over another. No phenotype can have a selective advantage over another.

15 Speciation Speciation This is the formation of a new species from pre-existing ones. This is the formation of a new species from pre-existing ones.

16 Isolating Mechanisms Isolating Mechanisms In order for speciation to occur, there must be an isolation in gene pools between the old species and the newer forming species. In order for speciation to occur, there must be an isolation in gene pools between the old species and the newer forming species.

17 Reproductive Isolation Reproductive Isolation Once the new species has changed enough where it no longer can share a gene pool with the original species, both species are said to be reproductively isolated. Once the new species has changed enough where it no longer can share a gene pool with the original species, both species are said to be reproductively isolated.

18 How does reproductive isolation occur? How does reproductive isolation occur? One way is called BEHAVORIAL ISOLATION. One way is called BEHAVORIAL ISOLATION. This is when there is a difference in behavior (duh) namely in courtship rituals. This is when there is a difference in behavior (duh) namely in courtship rituals. Bufo alvarius Bufo cognatus

19 A second way that isolation can occur is called GEOGRAPHIC ISOLATION. A second way that isolation can occur is called GEOGRAPHIC ISOLATION. This is where two populations are separated by a geographic barrier. This is where two populations are separated by a geographic barrier.

20 A third way that isolation can occur is Temporal. A third way that isolation can occur is Temporal. Temporal isolation is when the two species have a different mating season, duration, etc. Temporal isolation is when the two species have a different mating season, duration, etc.

21 Speciation In Darwins Finches: 1.Founders Arrive 2.Separation of Populations 3.Changes in the gene pool 4.Reproductive isolation 5.Ecological Competition 6.Continued evolution

22 Final Important Terms Final Important Terms Adaptive Radiation – Adaptive Radiation – When a single species has evolved into several different forms that live successfully in different ways When a single species has evolved into several different forms that live successfully in different ways

23 Convergent Evolution – Convergent Evolution – When two or more unrelated organisms evolve to look like each other. Ex. Aquatic animals (sharks, dolphins, etc.)

24 Coevolution – Coevolution – Two species evolve in response to changes in each other over time.


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