SI BSC 2010 - Test Review _3 - Student Copy

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SI BSC 2010 Fall 2008 Test #3 BSC 2010 – Integrated Principles of Biology Supplemental Instruction Review Session for Test #3 Things to Do to Prepare: Make sure that you have ALL the notes that Dr. Kimball posted (including the notes she provided only in class). And REVIEW them! There are A LOT of definitions with this chapter – make sure that you are familiar with ALL of them. Make sure you can do HW and phylogeny problems correctly and quickly. Look over ALL the problems that Dr. Kimball posted…if you don’t know how to do them correctly and efficiently NOW is the time to get help! o During my review on Tuesday, we will have an in-class review, as well. Evolution: Process of change that transforms living organisms over time and has led to the wide diversity of organisms living today The concept of evolution predated Darwin… Jean Baptiste Lamarck (1744 – 1826) George Cuvier (1769-1832) James Hutton (1726– 1797) and Charles Lyell (1797– 1832) Thomas Malthus (1766–1834) Looking for extra help in Biology? Come to one of the SI review sessions! Times and more information posted on the Supplemental Instruction Webpage! Page # 1
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SI BSC 2010 Fall 2008 Test #3 Charles Darwin (1809 – 1882) Alfred Wallace (1823–1913) Natural Selection : ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ____ Those that are __________________________ for the environment survive longer or reproduce better The attributes or traits that make an individual better fit ______________________________________________, and as populations adapt they can diverge and this can lead to new species. Differs from Lamark in that traits are aquired. (True/False). ___________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ Depends on: ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ Commonalities associated with Evolution Looking for extra help in Biology? Come to one of the SI review sessions! Times and more information posted on the Supplemental Instruction Webpage! Page # 2
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SI BSC 2010 Fall 2008 Test #3 Usually occurs ______________________________________________, though it can occur in __________________________ Evidence for evolution can be seen in the: o __________________________ o __________________________ o __________________________: The study of the formation and development of embryos and fetuses in different groups of animals in order to determine relationships; so this is when people talk about our embryonic development going through stages very much like that of other organisms o __________________________ o
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2010 for the course BSC 2010 taught by Professor Bowes during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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