GENE 3000 Test 1 - Gene 3000 Spring 2009 Test 1 review...

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Gene 3000 Spring 2009 Test 1 review sheet Here is a study guide that you may find useful for your test. Remember, any materials covered in the class including slides, lectures, and readings could potentially appear on the test. This worksheet is just a guide! There may be additional topics that are asked of you on the test, and some of these topics may not be asked at all. Be able to answer the following questions: Be sure to think of relevant EXAMPLES when applicable! 1. What is evolution? 2. What is the Modern Synthesis? Why was it important? 3. In what ways can we measure variation in a population? Is there enough standing variation for evolution to act on? 4. How is variation generated? 5. What is an average mutation rate? 6. What are some examples of Human genetic mutations? What about diseases/mutations in other animals? 7. What is Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium? Why is this important to the study of evolution? 8.
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2009 for the course GENE 3000 taught by Professor Arnold/anderson during the Spring '07 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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