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The creation and destruction of species Proof of evolution in fossil records The slow change of old species. Works with all species on Earth.
Microevolution on a small scale. Microevolution can happen in a life time. Example, H.I.V. evolves daily from mutations. It can be seen in fossils.
Microevolution can be found in fossils. Microevolution can happen in few generations. Small changes over length of time. Example, the size of the sparrow.
Is large change over a long time. Changes one species into another one. Takes a very long time to happen. Example, monkeys to humans.
Macroevolution can be seen in fossils. Considered new species when it can’t breed. All animals have one common ancestor. Example, the lizard to the snake.
Evolution takes a very long time. Has been going on for about 3.8 billion years. 95% of all spices are extinct. All species have a common ancestor.
Wikipedia hhtp://creationwiki.org/macroevolution http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/article/_0/ev oscales_03 http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/article/_0/ev oscales_03 http://www.windows.ucar.edu/tour/link=/earth/geolo gy/images/USGS_fossilsucession_lg_gif_image.html
Chapter 19.2 (Pgs ): Patterns and Processes of Evolution.
1 Theory of Evolution Today Supporting Evidence. 2 Homologous Structures.
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Evidence for Evolution. 2 Evidence of Evolution Key Concept Darwin Argued That Living Things Have Been Evolving On Earth For Millions of Years. Evidence.
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1 2 The Earth is this old 3 What is a 4 billion years?
The Theory of Evolution. Evolution a gradual change in the genetic material of a population. (Population = all the animals of the same species living.
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Evidence of Evolution. Evolution The process by which life has changed over time. Macroevolution Microevolution.
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Genes and Variation What if so many changes, population can no longer breed with the original population? New species Speciation DNA mutation Beneficial.
Biological Diversity Macroevolution: Ch. 15. Review What is microevolution? Evolution on the smallest scale –Generation to generation change in the frequencies.
Chapter 5 Evolution of Biodiversity. Earth is home to a tremendous diversity of species What are the three levels of diversity? Define them! How many.
Are birds more closely related to reptiles or mammals?
1 Evolution Diversity of Life. Evolution biological change by which descendants come to differ from their ancestors. biological change by which descendants.
Evolution. Darwin: HMS Beagle Galapagos Islands Artificial Selection -breeding to produce offspring with desired traits-He inferred that if humans.
Evolution Review History of Major Events Earth is 6 billion years old Radiometric Dating: a method to establish the age of materials. Radioactive.
Chapter 13 Population Genetics. Question? u How did the diversity of life originate? u Through the process of Evolution.
1 Evolution Diversity of Life. 2 Lamarck’s Theory of Evolution Use & Disuse - The Size Or Shape Of Body Organs Can Be Changed Due To Use Or Disuse Use.
Chapter 17-4: Patterns of Evolution Essential Question: What are 5 important patterns of macroevolution?
Evolution – when a species of plants or animals adapts to their environment in order to survive over a long period of time Key points! Species.
Origins of Biological Diversity Chapter 15: pp
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Planet Earth Evolution – How it all began. Evolution Explains how species of living things have changed over time Supported by evidence from fossils,
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Patterns of Evolution SC Standard B-5 Students will demonstrate an understanding of biological evolution & the diversity of life.
1 Evolution By Natural Selection. 2 Isn’t Evolution Just A Theory? Video clip: learning and teaching evolution NP-VT min 0-7 How does the scientific.
How Did Life Begin? I. ________________ were the first to evolve A. ______ billion year old _____________ fossils have been found 1. ____________.
If a fossil is found in a rock with 20% of the isotope carbon 14 left in it. How old is the fossil?
Types of Evolution: Macroevolution and Microevolution.
CHAPTER12 : PROCESSES OF EVOLUTION Part 3. Macroevolution Macroevolution: evolutionary patterns on a large scale (over millions of years) Such as: animals.
14.1. I can recognize patterns of change in populations over time I can give examples of evidence that supports evolution I can describe fossils of early.
Macroevolution Biology 1-2. Macroevolution Macroevolution-evolutionary changes on a grand scale. Including appearance of new groups, adaptive radiation.
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Darwin’s On the Origin of Species Darwin waited more than 25 years before he published his thoughts on evolutionary change. He received both positive.
Has science disproved Christianity? CCCA Course. 1 Richard Dawkins, in his book "The God Delusion", argues that one can't be an intelligent scientific.
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.
1) Natural Selection Meiosis (sexual reproduction) and mutations gives us genetic variation. MUTATION: a change in a gene If the population’s gene.
Evolution Test Review ~ Mrs. Connor Fossil the solidified remains or imprint of a previously existing organism.
AP Biology Discussion Notes Friday 11/07/2014. Goals for the Chapter 1.Learn about the Theory of Evolution and evidence that is used to support this theory.
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