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Things to Study Previous Quizzes Study Guide Analysis questions from labs/activities Warm-Ups
Format of the Test Regular – 39 Questions 17 Short Answer 22 Multiple Choice – 58 Points Advanced – 41 Questions 24 Short Answer 17 Multiple Choice – 58 Points
Regular Test Basic Break Down Theory (1) Evolution Evidence (8) – Homologous, Analogous, etc Darwin vs Lamarck (2) Natural Selection (12) – Overproduction, variation, etc – Application examples Utensil Lab (3) Peppered Moth (2) New Image (3) Artificial Selection (4) Genetic Engineering (2) GATTACA (2)
Advanced Test Basic Break Down Theory (1) Evolution Evidence (9) – Homologous, Analogous, etc Darwin vs Lamarck (2) Natural Selection (15) – Overproduction, variation, etc – Application examples Utensil Lab (2) Peppered Moth (1) New Image (3) Artificial Selection (4) Genetic Engineering (2) GATTACA (2)
Evolution and Darwin. Evolution Change over time processes earliest forms diversity The processes that have transformed life on earth from its earliest.
Focus Lesson Please grab a new focus lesson from the front desk. Use your textbook to find the definitions. You have 5 minutes. Remember our procedures!
Chapter 22~ Descent with Modification: A Darwinian View of Life.
LIFE OVER TIME What processes have created diverse species & adaptations throughout history? Theories of Evolution began when scientists began asking these.
7d. Know variation within a species increases the likelihood that at least some members of a species will survive under changed environmental conditions.
C & C p.14 1 – Describe how evidence and hypotheses are characteristics of science. The scientific method involves making hypotheses (testable proposals)
Using Text Effectively in the Biology Classroom 1 Alignment of Biology Text with Benchmarks Close Reading with the Biology Text Using Cornell Notes Effectively.
Several key insights led to Darwins idea for natural selection. Darwin noticed a lot of variation in domesticated plants and animals. Artificial selection.
A Meeting of Minds. Do Now A Meeting of Minds Key Question: How do species change over time? Initial Thoughts:
Evolution A population changes over time. Charles Darwin ( )
Ch.1: Biology and You Active Reading: Scientific Processes.
Charles Darwin Evolutionary Thought and the Evidence for Evolution.
Chapter 22: Darwin and Evolution Evolution refers to the processes that have transformed life on earth from its earliest forms to the enormous diversity.
More Than An EyeWitness Evidence for Evolution. Sources of Evidence From the fossil record From studies of anatomy From studies of embryology From studies.
Willing to spend the time! Self motivated! Self responsibility! (If you need something Ask For IT!!!!!) Ability to communicate! (Vocabulary) Write,
Evolution and the History of Life Part 2 MLK Fall 2005 M.Elizabethwww.marric.us/teaching.
Evolution and Genetic Engineering Environmental impact on phenotype.
Nature of Science. Science T/F 1.Science is a system of beliefs. 2.Scientists rely heavily on imagination to carry out their work. 3. Scientists are totally.
Ideas about Evolution Chapter 6, Section 1. What is a species Again? Group of organisms that can produce fertile offspring. Group of organisms that can.
1 More Than An EyeWitness Evidence for Evolution.
Ethan Frome Test Reminders. All quotes on the test are mentioned in the Study Guide questions. Be sure to look back through those questions! Remember……you.
End Show Slide 1 of 41 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Biology.
Messana Evolution Movie Clip SECTION #1B: Unicellular: Single–cell; 1 cell Ex: Bacteria Multicellular: 2 or more cells Ex: Algae Mammals:
15-3 Darwin’s Theory and Evidence for Evolution. Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Publication of On the Origin of Species.
Chapter 15 Evolution. Think About It? What is evolution? What is evolution? Why does it happen? Why does it happen? How does it happen? How does it happen?
Theory of Evolution Vocab Evidence of Evolution Misc. Macro- Evolution Classification 100.
How Does Evolution Work? Understanding Evolution through Natural Selection.
INTRODUCTION TO AP BIOLOGY What is AP Biology AP Biology is designed to be the equivalent of a University Introductory Biology Course It.
WED, MARCH 31, 2010 Learning Goal – to prepare for test over rates and equilibrium Questions over the Equilibrium and ICE wkst What to expect on test Time.
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