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Explain why similar traits or alleles in populations of human and chimp malaria indicate that  human malaria is derived from chimp malaria Explain the role of fitness and reproductive isolation in the origin of human malaria,  Plasmodium falciparum Characterize the mutation that causes sickle-cell disease Using the concept of fitness, explain how a sickle-cell disease can be maintained by natural  selection in regions of intense malaria Use the concept of abiotic interactions to explain why malaria might become more common in  the future in places it is uncommon today
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Announcements Last PLQs are posted and  due Thursday, 17 Dec Final iClicker update (to Compass) will take place tomorrow Final exam is  Friday, 18 Dec., 8-11am It will take place  in this room  (Smith Memorial Hall 114) 100 multiple choice questions, 2.5 pts each = 250 points Questions will be from lecture and discussion concepts (learning  since the last midterm Bring your  I-card  (id's will be checked),  pencils , and a non- programmable  calculator SET TWO ALARMS
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Origin of human malaria of chickens, humans, and other primates Which of the following would indicate that  P. falciparum  is  derived from  P. reichnowi , and not  P. gallinaceum ? A.P. falciparum
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2010 for the course IB 150 taught by Professor Caceres,c during the Fall '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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