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Chelsey Kaplan Dr Greene Bio 109: Evolution lab November 26, 2007 Exp:1 EvolutionLab Lab Notes for Chelsey Kaplan -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ================ Input Parameters ================ Parameter DARWIN WALLACE ------------------------------------------- Initial Beak Size: 12.0 mm 28.0 mm Heritability: 0.7 0.7 Variance: 1.0 1.0 Clutch Size: 10.0 eggs 10.0 eggs Precipitation: 20.0 cm 20.0 cm Population: 200.0 birds 200.0 birds Island Size: 0.5 km 0.5 km ==================== Experimental Results ==================== Year Dar Beak Dar Pop | Wal Beak Wal Pop -------------------------+------------------- 1997 12.03 200 | 28.04 200 2296 25.93 691 | 29.78 812 Exported EvolutionLab Graph: Average Beak Size 1
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Darwin Wallace Exported EvolutionLab Graph: Population Darwin Wallace 2
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Exp: 2 EvolutionLab Lab Notes for Chelsey Kaplan ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ================ Input Parameters ================ Parameter DARWIN WALLACE ------------------------------------------- Initial Beak Size: 10.0 mm 15.0 mm Heritability: 0.7 0.7 Variance: 1.0 1.0 Clutch Size: 10.0 eggs 10.0 eggs Precipitation: 20.0 cm 20.0 cm
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