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18 Phylogeny Classification
Variations in morphology between populations of Cichlasoma minckleyi
Variations in morphology between populations of Cichlasoma minckleyi molariform morph
Clinal variation: isophene map of Coluber constrictor (racer)
Clinal variation: Coluber constrictor (racer)
Clinal variation: isophene map of Asclepias tuberosa (milkweed)
Clinal variation: Asclepias tuberosa (milkweed)
Altitudinal cline in height of the herb Achillea lanulosa
Two subspecies of Canada goose (Branta canadensis)
Discordant geographic variation in six characters of Coluber constrictor
Grand Canyon squirrels:
Model of geographic speciation
Mating seasons at Ithaca, New York, for five species of frogs
A male fiddler crab (Uca)
Scotch broom (Cytisum scoparius) pollination by a bumble bee
Evening primrose (Oenothera)
Speciation through a developmental mutation?
Sympatric speciation in treehoppers
Galapagos Islands…oceanic islands of Ecuador
Model of speciation on the Galapagos Islands
Beak Sizes of ground finches
A tool-using finch
Beak differences in Hawaiian honeycreepers
Competition and extinction in Paramecium
Gradualism vs Punctuated Equilibrium
Species from the Burgess shale: Polychaete worm and Chordate
Species from the Burgess shale: Arthropods
Flower and fruits of apomictic organism: Taraxacum officinale Zygote is from fusion of maternal haploids or from diploid
A phylogenetic tree for Darwins finches
Presumed evolution of horses:
Patterns of evolution
Marsupials are convergent with placentals of other continents: Marsupial mouse: Sminthopsis dolichura
Marsupials are convergent with placentals of other continents: Marsupial glider: Petauroides volans
Marsupials are convergent with placentals of other continents: Marsupial tiger cat: Dasyurus maculatus
Marsupials are convergent with placentals of other continents: Cuscus: Phalanger maculatus
Construction of evolutionary trees from phenetic data
An example of cladistic analysis
Cladistic analysis of the phylogeny of higher vertebrates
Alternative generic groupings for four related species
Measuring beak length
Measuring beak width
Measuring beak height
Beak depth of parents and offspring
Individuals with particular beak depths
Intrinsic isolating mechanisms
Classification of six species
The Origin of Species chapter 24. Figure 24.0 A Galápagos Islands tortoise.
Origins Of Biological Diversity Chapter 15. Species A population or group of populations whose members have the ability to breed with one another and.
Chapter 24 Species & Speciation. Slide 2 of 25 Chapter 24 in a nutshell Microevolution v. Macroevolution Speciation Prezygotic Postzygotic Gradualism.
Mechanisms of Evolution Chpt 6-1 Is evolution a Theory? Why is it Controversial?
Speciation Discussion How does a new species arise?
15.3 NOTES. Genetic Drift A random change in the frequency of an allele in a population NOT due to natural selection. More likely to occur in small populations.
Aim: How did species evolve ? HW 13 Text read chapter 16 Do Analyzing Data Activity page 408.
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?
Changes over time Life originated from a single-celled organism. Finding a fossils age helps scientists to construct an evolutionary timeline.
EVOLUTION & SPECIATION VOCABULARY REVIEW EVOLUTION – CHANGE OVER TIME EVOLUTION – CHANGE OVER TIME NATURAL SELECTION - INDIVIDUALS BETTER ADAPTED TO.
1 Campbell et al. Chpt. 24 The Origin of Species.
Starr & Taggart – 11 th Edition Evolutionary Patterns, Rates, and Trends AP Biology: Chapter 19.
Click on a lesson name to select. Chapter 15 Evolution Section 1: Darwins Theory of Natural Selection Section 2: Evidence of Evolution Section 3: Shaping.
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.
Copyright Notice! This PowerPoint slide set is copyrighted by Ross Koning and is thereby preserved for all to use from plantphys.info for as long as that.
Theory of Evolution A. Idea supported by scientific evidence (but no concrete experiments) over a long period of time B. Change in a species due to mutation.
Click on a lesson name to select. Chapter 15 Evolution Section 1: Darwin’s Theory of Natural Selection Section 2: Evidence of Evolution Section 3: Shaping.
Macroevolution: Evolution of a New Species. Levels of Evolutionary Study Microevolution: examines changes to the genes (alleles) within populations –Population.
11.6 Patterns in Evolution KEY CONCEPT Evolution occurs in patterns.
Evolution Part 1: Natural Selection. Charles Darwin The Father of Evolution The Father of Evolution Born in 1809, England Born in 1809, England.
Evidence of Evolution Evolution is a continuous process of gradual modifications or changes in organisms. Patterns of evolution can be detected by viewing.
Natural Selection. Todays Objectives: SOL BIO.8b-d TSW investigate and understand how populations change through time, including: –How variation of traits,
Evolution Review. History of the Earth Darwins Theory of Natural Selection Evidence of Evolution Shaping Evolutionary Theory Miscellaneous
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.
Albia Dugger Miami Dade College Chapter 18 Organizing Information About Species.
February 13 B Day Test: Chapters 18, 19, 20 Coming up…………… Parade of Kingdoms due 2/23 - Dont wait until the last minute, study each chapter – there will.
Classification & Phylogeny General Zoology LS2014 Donald Winslow 31 January 2011 Hickman, Cleveland P., Jr.; Larry S. Roberts; Susan L. Keen; David J.
Natural Selection Natural selection is the process by which those heritable traits that make it more likely for an organism to survive and successfully.
EK 1B2 Phylogenetic trees and cladograms are graphical representations (models) of evolutionary history that can be tested.
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