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EVOLUTIONCHANGE OVER OVER TIME TIME
Tiktaalik (375 million yrs ago) Tiktaalik (375 million yrs ago)
fossil A fossil is any trace or remains of an organism that has been preserved
Amber insects Amber can trap insects
Ice Ice can preserve organisms THEICEMAN WOOLY MAMMOTH
Saber-Toothed Cat (Tiger) Saber-Toothed Cat (Tiger)
Treespetrified Trees can become petrified
fossils sedimentary rock Most fossils are found in sedimentary rock
Imprints Imprints are considered fossils
Radioactive Dating Radioactive Dating
14 C Decay 14 C Decay
Transitional Series Transitional Series
Primate Family Tree Primate Family Tree
Hominid Family Tree Hominid Family Tree
Hominids (5-6 million yrs ago) Hominids (5-6 million yrs ago)
Multiregional Model vs. Out of Africa Multiregional Model vs. Out of Africa
Comparative Biochemistry Comparative Biochemistry
Comparative Anatomy Comparative Anatomy HOMOLOGOUS STRUCTURES structure --- Similar structure function --- Different function (not necessarily)
Analogous Structures Analogous Structures
Raccoon Red Panda Bear Giant Panda Raccoon Red Panda Bear Giant Panda
Comparative Embryology Comparative Embryology
VESTIGES VESTIGES WHALE PYTHON
The 5 Kingdoms The 5 Kingdoms
K, P, C, O, F, G & S Every organism belongs to a K, P, C, O, F, G & S
Lamarck’sTheory of Use&Disuse Lamarck’s Theory of Use & Disuse
Acquired characteristics NOT Acquired characteristics are NOT inherited August Weisman
Charles Darwin Charles Darwin
The Galapagos Islands
Darwin’s Theory of Natural Selection Overproduction Struggle for Existence Competition Variation Survival of the Fittest Natural Selection Inheritance
Lamarckvs.Darwin Lamarck vs. Darwin
De Vries’ Theory of Mutations De Vries’ Theory of Mutations
Evolution Fossil Records Remains or traces of organisms that lived in the past Usually found in sedimentary rocks.
EVOLUTION. EVOLUTION The process of change through time. The process of change through time. Evidences of Evolution Evidences of Evolution Fossils-the.
Evolution —a change in the hereditary features of a species over time: development of new types of organisms from preexisting organisms. ◦ Jean Baptiste.
What do you see in this picture? Fossils Anatomy Development Biological Molecules Models Examples.
The Origin of Life Life on Earth began about 3.5 billion years ago. The Earth was covered in a hot, thin soup of water and organic materials. Over time,
Adaptations and Natural Selection By: Mr. Lowe Important Vocabulary Species = Group of organisms who share similar characteristics and can reproduce.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Theory of Evolution Vocabulary Evidence.
Hosted by Mrs. Kippen VocabFossilsDarwinEvidence
Changes Over Time Darwin’s Theory Evidence of Evolution The Fossil Record Table of Contents.
Review of Evolution (see the full “Evolution” PowerPoint for more details if you’re interested)
Evidence of Evolution. Preserved or mineralized remains or imprint of an organism Found in sedimentary rock Shows, what some to believe are, intermediates.
Chapter 15: The Theory of Evolution Biology I Pre-Darwin Each species is unique and unchanging Geology – fossils in strata changed with depth Sudden.
Saccone PowerPoint Chapter 02 Evidence for Evolution.
Chapter 15 Section 1: Theories of Evolution. Lamarck’ Theory of Evolution Organisms had need/desire to improve Organisms had need/desire to improve Use.
Chapter 7 Changes Over Time Section 1: Darwin’s Theory What important observations did Darwin make on his voyage? How did Darwin account for the diversity.
Chapter 6 Adaptations Over Time. Ch Evolution A. Evolution – changes in inherited characteristics of a species over time 1. A species is a group.
Evolution- Quiz Wiz Blood proteins in horses are chemically similar to blood proteins in monkeys. This similarity suggests that horses and monkeys:
Change Over Time 7.3 Biological evolution accounts for the diversity of species developed through gradual processes over many generations. As a basis for.
Evolution Ms. Bosinski/ Mrs. Newlove. Evolution Evolution-The process by which species change over time, or become extinct. Species-All the organisms.
Evolution Evidence shows that living things have changed over time. Evolution is the change in hereditary features of a species over time. Although many.
Darwin’s Theory of Evolution Chapter 16. Section 16.1 Darwin’s Voyage Objectives: State Darwin’s contribution to science Describe the biodiversity Darwin.
Evolution The process of change (growth and/or development)
Chapter 5: Changes over Time Section 1: Darwin’s Theory Who was Charles Darwin? A naturalist (a person who studies the natural world) A naturalist (a person.
Evolution History of Evolutionary Thought Before 1850, most people believed… – Earth formed by supernatural events and never changed – Earth only a few.
ORIGIN OF LIFE Theories Past and Present Nature of Early Cells Evolution of Cells River Dell High School Biology.
Evolution Definition: Process of change through time.
Warm Up What do you think evolution means?. Evolution The History of Life.
Section 1: Ideas about Evolutions Section 2: Clues about Evolution Section 3: Evolution of Primates.
Big IdeasDarwinOver TimeTermsExamples 100.
Jean-Baptiste Lamarck a French botanist a French botanist Lamarck’s Theory: Inheritance of Acquired Characteristics Lamarck’s Theory: Inheritance of Acquired.
Change over Time ©2008 Susan Anderson. Darwin British Naturalist Journey to Galapagos / South America Saw: New/different SPECIES Fossils similar.
Adaptations Over Time Chapter 6. Ideas about Evolution Evolution-changes in inherited characteristics of a species over time. -A species is a group of.
Aim: What evidence do we have that Evolution took place? I. Evolution – living things have changed from ancestors that they have in common. A. Evidence.
A group of organisms that share similar characteristics and can reproduce among themselves to produce fertile offspring. In other words, a group of living.
Theory of Evolution Vocab Evidence of Evolution Misc. Macro- Evolution Classification 100.
In your notes, compare the two pictures. List at least three similarities and at least three differences.
Biology 101- Evidence of Evolution Pick up DARWINS NATURAL SELECTION journal. Begin working on this. EVERYONE NEEDS TO BE IN THEIR SEAT WORKING BY THE.
Evidence for Evolution Biology 12. Evolution An error in DNA can be silent causing no changes in an organism or, if it occurs in the sex cells, can result.
What is Evolution? A change in an organism over time Process in which modern organisms have descended from ancient organisms Populations evolve, NOT individuals.
Evolution Study Guide Answers. 1. EVOLUTION refers to the phenomenon where changes are noticed in a species over time. 2. CHARLES DARWIN developed the.
CHAPTER 15 NOTES. EVOLUTION Evolution – change over time Evolution is a theory (a well- supported, testable explanation of phenomena that have occurred.
DIVERSITY. Targets A. Provide evidence that species and environmental conditions have changed over time. B. Explain the impact of environmental changes.
1 The trace remains of an organism that lived long ago and may be used as evidence to support the theory of evolution.
Changes Over Time - Darwin’s Theory Darwin’s Voyage Charles Darwin sailed on the Beagle, from England to the Galápagos Islands.
Darwinian Evolution Packet #57 Chapter #22. Pre-Darwin Prior to Darwin, scientist knew that fossil existed for centuries. Aristotle believed that organisms.
NATURAL SELECTION & EVIDENCE OF EVOLUTION Sections 10.3 & 10.4.
Mrs. Degl Intro to Evolution Evolution – The process of change over time The Theory of Evolution suggests that existing forms of life on Earth have evolved.
Darwin and Evolution Evidence Adaptation Speciation.
1. Can you tell a chicken from a fish? A human from a turtle? -embryo.html
Evolution. 1. Evolution = change in population over time A. Results in: A. Results in: 1. new types of organisms 2. extinction of other organisms: 99%
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