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100 200 300 400 500 Theory of Evolution Vocab Evidence of Evolution Misc. Macro- Evolution Classification 100
He traveled to the Galapagos Islands on the HMS Beagle and observed similar species suited to their particular environment. A 100
Who is Charles Darwin? A 100
This person suggested that there would soon be insufficient food and living space for the growing population. A 200
Who is Malthus? A 200
He proposed that giraffes got their long necks from stretching them. (the idea of use and disuse) A 300
Who is Lamarck? A 300
A 400 Geologists that proposed Earth to be many millions of years old, older than anyone believed.
Who is Hutton and Lyell? A 400
Process by which individuals better suited to their environment can survive and reproduce most successfully. A 500
What is Natural Selection or Survival of the Fittest? A 500
B 100 A long, slow change in organisms over long periods of time.
B 100 What is Evolution?
B 200 Any inherited trait or characteristic that increases an organism’s chances for survival.
B 200 What is adaptation? What is Adaptation?
B 300 A sudden change in the sequence of DNA
B 300 What is a Mutation?
A process in which HUMANS choose the most desirable traits of a population for breeding purposes. B 500
What is Artificial Selection? B 500
C 100 Preserved or mineralized remains of organisms usually found in sedimentary rock.
What are Fossils? C 100
Structures that have similar internal structure but are adapted for different purposes (Example: Human arm/Bat wing) C 200
What are Homologous Structures? C 200
C 300 Fossil Records Geographical Distribution Homologous Structures Vestigial Organs Similarities in Embryology
C 300 What is Evidence of Evolution?
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
Appendix in Humans Leg Bones in Whales C 400
What are examples of Vestigial Structures? C 400
C 500 The early stages of development in organisms in which there are many similarities among different species.
C 500 What is Embryology?
This may happen if a species lacks the variations necessary to adapt to a changing environment. D 100
What is Die and Become Extinct? D 100
This historical event in England caused tree trunks and buildings to blacken with soot allowing for birds and other predators to hunt the light-colored moths more easily. D 500
What is The Industrial Revolution? D 500
F 200 Differences such as fur color shape of teeth beak sizes shapes in shells
F 200 What is Variation?
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Theory of Evolution Vocab Evidence of Evolution Misc. Macro- Evolution Classification 100.
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Study Guide 1. British naturalist that came up with the theory of evolution by the means of natural selection. 2. H.M.S. Beagle – ship to the Galapagos.
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Evolution Evolution “Change in a species over time” The process by which modern organisms have descended from ancient organisms.
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1 Evolution: History and Theory. 2 What is Evolution?: Fact vs. Theory Evolution is the change in the genetic make up of populations over time. All living.
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Do Now What different ways do these animals use to move about? What traits does each animal have that help it move about as it does?
Ch. 15 Darwin’s Theory of Evolution. Ch. 15 Outline 15-1: The Puzzle of Life’s Diversity –The Voyage of the Beagle –Darwin’s Observations –The Journey.
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Evolution: History and Theory Jean-Baptiste Lamarck ( ) First scientist to propose a mechanism for how organisms change (1809) Theory of change.
James Hutton 1798-Thomas Malthus Jean Baptiste Lamarck 1831 to Voyage of the H.M.S. Beagle Charles Lyell Alfred.
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CHAPTER 15 NOTES. EVOLUTION Evolution – change over time Evolution is a theory (a well- supported, testable explanation of phenomena that have occurred.
Evolution: History and Theory. What is Evolution?: Fact vs. Theory Evolution is the change in the genetic make up of populations over time. All living.
Evolution Evolution –process through which species change over time. The process by which modern organisms (multicellular) have descended from ancient.
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Why do scientists use a classification system? To organize many diverse organisms (biological diversity) What is a theory? A well-supported,testable explanation.
Evolution change over time What is science? What kind of questions can be answered by science? What cannot be answered by science? There are different.
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