• 59 Pages lecture32
    Lecture32

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    ANANTIPODALMYSTERY ANANTIPODALMYSTERY Part I: The Letter e r th e r e d n e a e w h r ve t s h a d t h e cu t h e e l i gh a r k e n a p e on h i l l t e r . T so on d l a n d s c c e of t a y s wa u ld l at urf p ve r a s s the ht wo the f the s r e

  • 4 Pages REPTILES NOTES
    REPTILES NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    REPTILES Reptiles Mastering the art of living on land Traits of modern reptiles Synapsids and diapsids (with an aside about therapsids!) Archosaurs and dinosaurs Modern reptiles a. Turtles and tortoises b. Lizards and snakes c. Tuataras d. Crocodilians Bi

  • 3 Pages WHAT MAKES A VERTEBRATE NOTES
    WHAT MAKES A VERTEBRATE NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    WHAT MAKES A VERTEBRATE? What makes a vertebrate? Vertebrate traits Hagfish: Sister taxa or the first vertebrates? Lampreys Fish Fish traits and classes The evolution of jaws Teeth and the sharks Bony fish dominate the fish world The invasion of land Lobe

  • 3 Pages ECHINODERMS NOTES
    ECHINODERMS NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    ECHINODERMS & HEMICHORDATES Echinoderms & Hemichordates Echinoderms are the first deuterostome Pentaradial symmetry and endoskeleton The water vascular system and tube feet Echinoderm regeneration and reproduction Three groups of Echinoderms Hemichordates

  • 5 Pages ANIMAL DIVERSITY NOTES
    ANIMAL DIVERSITY NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    ANIMAL DIVERSITY Animal diversity Traits of all animals The animal body plan evolves through five key transitions The new (DNA based) animal tree The basal animals Nonsymmetric and radially symmetric animals Sponges, Cnidaria (and Ctenophora) Bilaterians

  • 4 Pages WHATS A FUNGUS NOTES
    WHATS A FUNGUS NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    WHATS A FUNGUS Whats a fungus? The fungus hike Defining traits of fungi General biology of the fungi Types and ecology 1.Microsporidia 2.Chytridomycetes 3.Zygomycetes 4.Glomeromycetes 5.Ascomycetes 6.Basidiomycetes 7.Fungal ecology: mutualists, saprobes,

  • 3 Pages REVIEW
    REVIEW

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    REVIEW Viruses & Prions: Lecture 11 Viruses Protein coat (capsids) DNA or RNA Circular or linear genetic material Single or double stranded Not cells (virions) Helical or Icosahedral shape Size variation Lytic reproductive cycle Prions Prions are not viru

  • 5 Pages ANGIOSPERMS NOTES
    ANGIOSPERMS NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    ANGIOSPERMS Touring the angiosperms A fossil angiosperm: Archaefructus The most ancestral extant group: Amborella Modern groups Nymphaeales and Austrobaileyales Chloranthaceae and Ceratophyllum Magnoliidae, Eudicots, and Monocots Pollination Pollination v

  • 4 Pages SEED PLANTS NOTES
    SEED PLANTS NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    SEED PLANTS Seed plants - Gymnosperms The seed is an important advancement Gymnosperms have naked seeds Gymnosperm life cycle There are four groups of gymnosperms Seed plants - Angiosperms Flowers and fruits Dissecting a flower What is a fruit? Angiosperm

  • 3 Pages MAMMALS NOTES
    MAMMALS NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    MAMMALS Mammals The age of mammals Mammals share five traits Certain mammals have some pretty cool derived traits There are three groups of mammals Movie: "A Winning Design" Mammals Smallest of five classes of vertebrates Only 4500 species We are mammals!

  • 4 Pages PRIMATE LINEAGES NOTES
    PRIMATE LINEAGES NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    PRIMATE LINEAGES The primate lineages What makes a primate? The primate tree The Strepsirrhini primates The Haplorrhini primates New and Old World monkeys The great apes How are hominins different from apes? Hominins Ardipithicus Australopithecus Paranthr

  • 57 Pages lecture33
    Lecture33

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    Primate Evolution This is a story of how science works to discover the path of human evolution: the questions scientists ask, the guesses they make, the data they gather, and the conclusions they draw. It is a story of strong emotions and bitter rivalries

  • 65 Pages lecture34
    Lecture34

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    Human Evolution Human What makes us human? Whats The Difference? Human and chimp DNA are ~ 98% similar. Gene duplications make up most of the differences. 30% of human and chimpanzee proteins are identical . The other proteins differ in only about 2 amino

  • 30 Pages lecture35
    Lecture35

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    The Evolution of Hate, Aggression & War Sociobiology= study of the biological basis of social behavior in organisms including humans Lets consider the behavior of aggression Aggression= abridgement of the rights of others forcing him to surrender somethin

  • 46 Pages lecture36
    Lecture36

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    ROOMASSIGNMENTSFORFINALEXAM Knox 104 Knox 20 A12 (Wed 4:30 pm, TA: Kaushambi A1 (Mon 1:00 pm, TA: Marshall Roy) Mahan) A14 (Thur 8:00 am, TA:Sarah A3 (Mon 1:00 pm, TA: Bhavana Bevilacqua) Muddukrishna) A15 (Thurs 8:00 am, TA: Jacky Chow) A4 (Mon 1:00 pm,

  • 3 Pages THEORY OF ISLAND BIOGEOGRAPHY NOTES
    THEORY OF ISLAND BIOGEOGRAPHY NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    THEORY OF ISLAND BIOGEOGRAPHY The Theory of island biogeography The lesson of Krakatau Island biogeography explains species distributions in new environments Immigration and extinction Reaching equilibrium Size and isolation Why do we care? Terrestrial is

  • 2 Pages LATITUDINAL GRADIENT NOTES
    LATITUDINAL GRADIENT NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    LATITUDINAL GRADIENT The latitudinal gradient in species diversity A bit on species richness What is the latitudinal gradient? Hypotheses for the cause of the gradient So, which is it? Energy explains some of the pattern Problems with energy as a hypothes

  • 3 Pages CONSUMER INTERACTIONS NOTES
    CONSUMER INTERACTIONS NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    CONSUMER INTERACTIONS Consumer/resource interactions Predation is universal There are many types of predation/consumption Consumer species have major effects on prey species Many predator/prey populations cycle Coexistence between predators and prey Coevo

  • 4 Pages VIRUSES NOTES
    VIRUSES NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    VIRUSES Viruses and the nature of life A reminder: what is alive? What are viruses? Life or not life? Virus structure and reproduction Slow viruses? The tree of life The real tree of life vs. Our view of the tree Our view is biased The three domain model

  • 4 Pages ORIGIN OF LAND PLANTS NOTES
    ORIGIN OF LAND PLANTS NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    ORIGIN OF LAND PLANTS Origin of land plants How do plants evolve? Tactics for land invasion A general plant life cycle Green algae: just what is a plant? Chlorophytes vs. Charophytes Nonseeded land plants Moving to land: Embryophytes Bryophytes: Liverwort

  • 4 Pages EUKARYOTES NOTES
    EUKARYOTES NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    EUKARYOTES Origin of the eukaryotes Earliest eukaryotes Eukaryotic traits Origin of the nucleus and endoplasmic reticulum Endosymbiosis: mitochondria and chloroplasts Protists Protists are not monophyletic Protist traits Building the bridge to multicellul

  • 3 Pages PROKARYOTES NOTES
    PROKARYOTES NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    PROKARYOTES Prokaryotes 2/3s of the tree of life in 1/2 a lecture! Fundamentally different from eukaryotes Early classification Metabolism Differentiating Archaea and Bacteria Common Bacteria Common Archaea Prokaryotes Archaea and Bacteria are the oldest

  • 2 Pages Jean-Baptiste Lamarck
    Jean-Baptiste Lamarck

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    JeanBaptisteLamarck(17441829) Firsttrulycompletetheoryofevolution Environmentalforcesshapeadaptation Useanddisuse 13.Lamarckianevolution JeanBaptisteLamarckproposedtheideathatacquiredtraitsarepasseddowntotheir offspring(hereditary).Turnsouthewaswrong 14.A

  • 1 Page James Hutton
    James Hutton

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    JamesHutton(17261797) *Founderofmoderngeology *Naturalprocessesshaperockformations *Gradualchangeleadstomassivechangethroughtime *FirstmajorwesterncontradictionofyoungEarthhypothesis TheGreatGeologicalCycle: Sedimentation:sedimentsdepositedbywaterwerecomp

  • 2 Pages Georges Cuvier
    Georges Cuvier

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    GeorgesCuvier(17691832) Establishescomparativeanatomyandpaleontology Verifiesthatextinctionoccurs Proponentofcatastrophism GeorgesCuviercomparedliveanimalswithfossils.Hecompareddifferent speciesofelephants(TheIndianandAfricanelephant)withtheancient mammot

  • 2 Pages Adam Smith
    Adam Smith

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    AdamSmith(17231790) Hewasntevenascientist Laissezfaireeconomics Chaosgovernedbyinvisiblehand Thebenefitsofcompetition. HisideaofcompetitionhelpedCharlesDarwinandhistheoryofevolution 11.InvisiblehandAtermgivenmyAdamSmiththatexplainsthefreemarketgivingthe r

  • 2 Pages History of the theory of evolution & Mr. Darwin
    History Of The Theory Of Evolution & Mr. Darwin

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    Sowhenexactlydoesthisbecomelife? Scientistsarestillunsurewhereeverythingthathelpssupportthisgivetheanswerstowhenthis allbecomeslife.Usingalltheinformationofcombinationsofbothscienceandreligionstill donthelpgivewherelifefirstcamefromandisstillbeingdiscusse

  • 2 Pages Charles Darwin
    Charles Darwin

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    AtollsAtollsareislandsthatformaringandshowageologicalchangeoflongspans whichinfluencedCharlesDarwin.Thestructureofatollssupportedtheideaof uniformitarianism.Itimpliestherateofmillionsofyearsforatollstoformandmillions ofyearshavepassed. CharlesDarwin(18091

  • 2 Pages Lecture One Evolutionary Biology
    Lecture One Evolutionary Biology

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    BIO200:EvolutionaryBiology Outlineoflecture1:Originoflife Timescales 1.Theformationoftheearth 2.Whathappensnext:Fourmajortimeperiods 3.Summarypointsinthehistoryoftime(onEarth) Originoflife 1.Extraterrestrialorigins? 2.Whatislife? 3.TheEarthbeforelifeorigi

  • 2 Pages Summary for organization, hyphae, mushrooms, fungi
    Summary For Organization, Hyphae, Mushrooms, Fungi

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    Summary Separate protists into photosynthetic and not photosynthetic. Then, on both sides, separate into unicellular and multicellular. On the unicellular side, divide the tree into non-mobile, where taxon 6 resides, and mobile and further divide mobile i

  • 2 Pages Variations for a particular environment
    Variations For A Particular Environment

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    Dobettervariationsforaparticularenvironmenthavehighersurvivalrates?Darwin doesntknow! RosemaryGrantandPeterGranthelpsolvethisfactorbyfocusingonthefincheson theDaphneMajoraroundtheGalapagosisland. Theirworkonthemediumgroundfinches Thereisvariationinsize,an

  • 2 Pages What is life?
    What Is Life?

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    Whatislife? 20.Whatislife?Lifehasmanyfeaturesthathelpdescribeitsmeaning,butthe2thatareseen andusedalwaystohelpportraywhatitis:1)Lifeisorganizedand2)Lifereplicatesitself. 21.PanspermiaThehypothesisthatsomethingoutofEarthcametoEarth.Somethingnonliving becam

  • 2 Pages phylogetic trees NOTES
    Phylogetic Trees NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    PHYLOGENTIC TREES Phylogenetic Trees Introducing trees and tree terminology How to make trees from molecular data Parsimony And if you don't have molecular data? Homology and analogy Putting events on trees Does taxonomy reflect phylogeny? Monophyly and p

  • 3 Pages SPECIES CONCEPTS NOTES
    SPECIES CONCEPTS NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    SPECIES CONCEPTS Species Formation Morphological Species Concept: Individuals of a single species share measurable traits Linnaeus The Biological Species Concept: Ernst Mayr Groups of potentially interbreeding natural Species: Members mate and produce off

  • 3 Pages microevolution NOTES
    Microevolution NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    MICROEVOLUTION Microevolution What causes evolution? Allele frequencies: A critical measure Gene flow Nonrandom mating Genetic drift Mutations How do codons get read? Incorrect readings: a variety of point mutations Chromosome level mutations Aneuploidy a

  • 3 Pages what mendel didnt know NOTES
    What Mendel Didnt Know NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    WHAT MENDEL DIDNT KNOW What Mendel didn't know: Chromosomes and recombination Mendel(1822-1884) 1866: no knowledge of chromosomes, genes, DNA 1879: chromosomes were discovered, linkage to inheritance in 1900-1902 Chromosomes Chromosomes numbers can vary g

  • 2 Pages WHAT DARWIN DIDNT KNOW NOTES
    WHAT DARWIN DIDNT KNOW NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    WHAT DARWIN DIDNT KNOW What Darwin didn't know: Mendel and basic genetics Extending Mendel Family Resemblance No explanation of how family resemblances came to be. Gregor Mendel The idea of blending came from him. Unable to earn a teaching degree. Began e

  • 2 Pages HISTORY OF THEORY NOTES
    HISTORY OF THEORY NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    HISTORY OF THEORY History of theory of evolution and Darwin Supernatural vs. scientific explanation for creation History of evolutionary thought Introducing Mr. Darwin Darwin's followers 6th Century BCE Greek philosopher anoximander Common descent Transmu

  • 3 Pages ORIGIN OF LIFE NOTES
    ORIGIN OF LIFE NOTES

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    ORIGIN OF LIFE Time Scales Formation of Earth What happens next: Four major time periods Summary points in the history of time (on Earth) Origin of Life Extra-terrestrial origins What is life? The Earth before life originated Four steps Earth How did Eart

  • 3 Pages Modern stromatolites in Australia
    Modern Stromatolites In Australia

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    MoremodernstromatolitesinAustralia 7.Cyanobacterialmats/stromatolitesFoundviaArcheoneon.Manywerecommon duringthelateArcheoneon. 8.BacterialfossilsDiscoveredintheArcheoneon.Foundinsilicarichsedimentary rocks. 9.ArcheonfossilsDiscoveredintheArcheoneon.2ofth

  • 3 Pages Vertebrates, fish, invasion of land
    Vertebrates, Fish, Invasion Of Land

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

  • 52 Pages lecture31
    Lecture31

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    Topics Topics Who were the dinosaurs? Were they warm-blooded? What is their relation to birds? Social behavior of dinosaurs. Phylogeny Size? Size? Smallest Dinosaur Fruitadens found in Colorado Not all dinosaur fossils are bones. Preservation of soft

  • 2 Pages Outline Lecture 11 = Viruses and Tree of Life
    Outline Lecture 11 = Viruses And Tree Of Life

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    What is life? Anything that is organized and replicates itself Virus structure (Not Alive) -Protein Coat (capsid) surrounds genetic material -DNA or RNA never both -Circular or linear genetic material -Not Cells = Virions = no citasol and no plasma membra

  • 33 Pages lecture5
    Lecture5

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    Remember Homework from the lab manual is due in lab next week. And you need to do the prelab. work for lab 2 Quizzes in lab start next week. There is a website for this section A of the course where the lecture material is posted. www.bio200.buffalo.ed

  • 41 Pages lecture6
    Lecture6

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    There will be a 10 point quiz in lab this week! 5 points will come from last weeks lab work. 5 points will come from your reading of this weeks lab. Come on time to the lab. If you are even one second late, the lab door will be closed and you will not be

  • 47 Pages lecture8
    Lecture8

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    The following clickers need to be registered Points are recorded, but you are not receiving credit! B27FEE B31BC1 B31D14 B33297 B4F9C3 B4F9C5 B4F9D1 B4FA01 B4FA52 Summary from the last lectures n We have a reliable method for determining the age of rocks

  • 55 Pages lecture1-1
    Lecture1-1

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    1. Ifyouhaveproblemswithregistration,Iam sorry,butIdonothavecontrolofregistration. Icannotforceyouintoanyclosedsectionor switchyourlabsections.Forhelp,contactDr. Poulinatjpoulin@buffalo.edu 2.PLEASEBEADVISEDthatLABSBEGIN THISWEEK.IFYOUMISS LABORATORY,itwi

  • 49 Pages lecture11
    Lecture11

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    http:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xpTz7SUbnc Genetics after Mendel Santhi Soundarajan was born in 1981 in the village of Kathakkurichi, India. She holds the Indian national record for the womens 3000 meters steeplechase clocking 10:44.65 seconds. At a nation

  • 51 Pages lecture10
    Lecture10

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    Room Assignments for Friday 5:00-7:00 PM Exam Arranged by Lab times Knox 104 Knox 110 A1 (Mon 1:00 pm 210 Hochstetter) Clark Driscoll A2 (Mon 1:00 pm 218 Hochstetter) Alex Woodruff A3 (Mon 1:00 pm 223 Hochstetter) Sukanya Basu A4 (Mon 1:00 pm 237 Hochstet

  • 47 Pages lecture9
    Lecture9

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    Room Assignments for Friday 5:00-7:00 PM Exam Arranged by Lab times Knox 104 Knox 110 A1 (Mon 1:00 pm 210 Hochstetter) Clark Driscoll A2 (Mon 1:00 pm 218 Hochstetter) Alex Woodruff A3 (Mon 1:00 pm 223 Hochstetter) Sukanya Basu A4 (Mon 1:00 pm 237 Hochstet

  • 38 Pages lecture16
    Lecture16

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    Review Review Selection&Geneticdrift workingonvariationinthepopulationcause SELECTION SELECTION ArtificialSelection=geneticchangeswithinapopulation whichoccurbecausehumanbeingsintentionallyselectfor certaincharacteristicseitherbychoosingwhichorganismsto b

  • 36 Pages lecture7-1
    Lecture7-1

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    Pointsarerecorded,butyouarenotreceivingcredit! B27FEE B31BC1 B31D14 B33297 B4F9C3 B4F9C5 B4F9D1 B4FA01 B4FA52 Summaryfromthelastlecture Wehaveareliablemethodfordeterminingthe ageofrocksandfossils. Asaresultweknow: TheEarthandthesolarsystemare4.6billion

  • 37 Pages lecture4
    Lecture4

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    Clickers Out To use the clicker- set the channel to 20 RF Channel (CH) or Go option Light flashes green and red Enter channel number 20 Press ch or go again XR Leave Presentation Mode? (Y) Change Channel (4th option) Current Channel # New Channel 20 _ Pre

  • 43 Pages Chap-07-No Clickers
    Chap-07-No Clickers

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    PeriodicTrendsofthe Elements Chapter7 ChemistrytheCentralScience by:Brown,Lemay,Bursten,Murphy&Woodward Presentedby:Dr.StaceyGulde 1 Developmentof PeriodicTable n Mendeleev(Russian)&Meyer(German)1869: independentlypublishedalmostidentical classificationso

  • 84 Pages Comparison-of-Ancient-Civilizations
    Comparison-of-Ancient-Civilizations

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    A Comparison of Comparison Ancient Civilizations Egypt, Greece, Rome Geographical Geographical Influences The NILE RIVER , the longest river in the world (6,650 kilometers or 4,132 miles), flows north from the heart of Africa to the Mediterranean Sea. Its

  • 1 Page Biolab exp 1
    Biolab Exp 1

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    3. Generating hypotheses While sitting in class learning about tree building and prokaryotes, I noticed there was a light on the ceiling above me that was broken. 1. Ask a question about your observation: How did the light break? 2. Make at least three mo

  • 6 Pages KEYExam2_Part2
    KEYExam2_Part2

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    E XAM II 2013 EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY PART II _ Name _ TA Name _ L ab Day & Time Negative Points Positive Points Page 1 _ _ 16 pts Page 2 _ _ 15 pts Page 3 _ _ 8 pts Page 4-5 _ _ 11 pts TOTAL _ 100 pts _ B. Definition Questions. Define the following terms or

  • 13 Pages Evo Bio Final
    Evo Bio Final

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    BioExam3(Final)Lectures2531 Lecture26: Biomes,NiceTheory*Nichebiotic/abiotic Convergenttraits o CostaRica,Singapore Noneofsameplants,bothrainforests o Gymnosperm,Angiosperm Podocarptree(gymnosperm)leavesandstructureresemblebay tree(angiosperm) o Powerfulf

  • 33 Pages Evoluationary Bio Exam 2
    Evoluationary Bio Exam 2

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    Lecture11: Viruses Cannotselfreplicate,needhost Highlyorganized(notcellular) Samegeneticstorage,mutate,evolve Proetincoat Nocytosolorplasmamembranenotransportmembrane Havegeneticmaterial(DNA/RNA) DNA/RNA Circular/linear Single/doublestranded Notcells,viri

  • 46 Pages lecture2-3
    Lecture2-3

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    CLICKERS OUT ! CLICKERS Clickers Have you gone to the following link to get information about using your clickers, including how to register them? http:/ubit.buffalo.edu/ubclicks/students/ http:/www.buffalo.edu/ubit/config/searchresults.html? q=clicker+re

  • 53 Pages lecture3-1
    Lecture3-1

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    INTRODUCING MR. DARWIN HYPOTHETICO-DEDUCTIVE METHOD REVISITED QUESTION HYPOTHESIS DEDUCTION (PREDICTION) TEST EVALUATION BASIC QUESTIONS IN BIOLOGY 1) ORIGIN Where did the organisms come from? 2 DIVERSITY How can we account for the variety? 3) ADAPTA

  • 44 Pages lecture24
    Lecture24

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Lecture

    Arthur Ashe Born July 10, 1943 Raised in Richmond, VA Arthur Ashe He could only use the tennis courts for blacks He moved to Saint Louis, Mo He played tennis at UCLA In 1965, Ashe won the individual NCAA championship Arthur Ashe Won 3 grand slam title

  • 4 Pages ExcelHelpLab3Graphs
    ExcelHelpLab3Graphs

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    A B 1 Pillbug S or V? 2 19 S 3 7S 4 18 S 5 1S 6 8S 7 3S 8 12 S 9 16 S 10 15 S 11 4S 12 6V 13 5V 14 13 V 15 20 V 16 2V 17 10 V 18 17 V 19 11 V 20 14 V 21 9V 22 Mean 23 Max 24 Min 25 Range 26 Savg 27 SD C Weight 0.96 0.99 1.11 1.18 1.22 1.27 1.29 1.31 1.37

  • 6 Pages ExcelHelpLab3Text
    ExcelHelpLab3Text

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    Microsoft Excel Help for Lab 3 (Natural Selection in Action) This is a guide for Microsoft Excel 2007. It can be modified and used with earlier editions of Microsoft Excel, but you may need to tinker around with the functions. This guide is meant to help

  • 40 Pages lecture22
    Lecture22

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    WHEN I GIVE THE SIGNAL, WHEN HOLD YOUR BREATH AS LONG AS YOU CAN. AS Iwillcountthetimeoff. Whenyoucantholdyourbreathanylonger, Sitdownandpunchinthetimeinseconds thatyouheldyourbreath. Itwillbeinincrementsof10seconds How long did you hold your breath?

  • 52 Pages lecture23
    Lecture23

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    OXYGENREVOLUTION OXYGENREVOLUTION AnaerobicWorld(4.6BYA) Nooxygenintheatmosphere;Noozonelayer,UVradiation bombardsearth OrganicSoup OriginofLife AnaerobicHeterotrophicBacteria Fermentation AnaerobicPhotosyntheticBacteria OnePhotosystem AerobicPhotosynt

  • 44 Pages lecture24
    Lecture24

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    Prokaryotes gave rise to Eukaryotes ~ 2.5 Billion years ago Early genome studies indicated that eukaryotes were a mixture of eubacterial and archaebacterial genes with an unusual distribution. Simonson A B et al. PNAS 2005;102:6608-6613 2005 by National A

  • 53 Pages lecture25
    Lecture25

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    1)470myayearsagothefirstfossilsoflandplants. 2)DNAevidencesuggeststhatthefirstlandplantscame fromanalgalscum~1.2BYAinformoffilamentousgreen alga. 3)FirstlandplantsweretheBryophytes Tracheophytessoonafterwards. 1)Thefirstlandplantslivedalongthecoastsofwate

  • 64 Pages lecture26
    Lecture26

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    Land Plants Review Moist Dry environments 1) Swimming sperm (club moss, horsetails, ferns) 2) Airborne pollen + swimming sperm (few gymnosperms) 3)Airborne pollen (gymnosperms & angiosperms) 4) Animal borne pollen (angiosperms) One Summary of Plant Evolut

  • 38 Pages lecture27
    Lecture27

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    Largest organism in the world is a fungus It occupies 2,384 acres (965 hectares) of soil in Oregon's Blue Mountains. This humongous fungus would encompass 1,665 football fields, or nearly four square miles (10 square kilometers) of turf. ~2,500 + years ol

  • 22 Pages lecture28
    Lecture28

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    Kingdom Animalia Kingdom eukaryotic, multicellular, heterotrophic feed by ingestion Non-molting vs. Molting Embryonic Mouth Formation Body Symmetry Non-organs vs. Organs Kingdom Animalia Kingdom Most animals have: Sense organs Nervous system Muscles

  • 35 Pages lecture29
    Lecture29

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    B0E6CA 5A5EA B07A16 B07C64 B0988B B0FBCC B0FA0C VERTEBRATE ORIGINS Pikaia Outline of class Who are the vertebrates & where did they come from? What are the characteristics of the group? Evolutionary sequence of vertebrates. Evolutionary trends among t

  • 2 Pages Lab6MesquiteInstructions
    Lab6MesquiteInstructions

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    Additional Mesquite instructions for Lab 6 Part B: Relationships among protists Getting the phenogram file o Make sure you have Mesquite on your computer. If you removed it after lab 2, you can reinstall it by following the link provided on the lecture U

  • 19 Pages VFrog_Lab_Report
    VFrog_Lab_Report

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    V-Frog 1.0 Lab Report Module 1: Comparative Anatomy 1. Directions: On the drawing below, label the frogs femur and tibiofibula of the skeletal system. 2. In terms of number of bones, which of these structures are similar in the frog and human? a. b. c. d.

  • 1 Page ExcelHelpLab9Graphs
    ExcelHelpLab9Graphs

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    A B C D E 1 Bean Radish 2 Group # bean nodules Bean nitrate # radish nodules Radish nitrate 3 1 110 19 0 5 4 2 94 18 0 5 5 3 72 12 0 6 6 4 87 15 0 5 7 5 57 11 0 3 8 6 101 21 0 4 9 7 164 27 0 5 10 8 126 22 0 3 11 12 13 Amount of Nitrate by Number of Nodule

  • 2 Pages ExcelHelpLab9Text
    ExcelHelpLab9Text

    School: SUNY Buffalo

    Course: Evolutionary Biology

    Microsoft Excel Help for Lab 9 (What Makes A Mutualism?: Nitrogen Fixation) Scatterplot: As before you will begin by entering your data. You need to produce a scatterplot for both bean and radish plants. These scatterplots should look very different, but

  • 20 Pages 10a-Exam1_Poulin
    10a-Exam1_Poulin

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    Course: Evolutionary Biology

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