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BILD 3 Review Quiz Key 1) D) 4.6 billion years 2) C) Decrease variation 3) E) None of these 3A) They all lack at least one of these: - Variation in traits - Heritability of variation - Differential reproductive success Also recall the definition of evolution: the change in allelic frequency over time (generations). 4) C) The environment is constantly changing 5) E) Individuals 6) D) 0.32 7) A) Negative frequency dependent selection 8) C) Homoplasies 9) D) Herbivore populations on different host species would be more reproductively isolated than herbivore populations on the same host species. 10) B) Poorly adapted individuals never produce offspring 11) E) Lizards are more closely related to salamanders than lizards are to humans 12) allopatric 13) polyploidy 14) fitness 15) gene flow, homogenizing 16) Note: Hutton/Lyell can be merged under "gradualism." CONTRIBUTOR IDEA Linnaeus Classification Hutton Gradualism Lyell Uniformitarianism Cuvier Catastrophism Lamarck Inheritance of acquired traits
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Malthus Population growth > increase in food production 17) Cape Verde Islands - found shells in layer of rock above sea floor and reasoned that the seafloor rose above the sea; reinforced ideas from Lyell and Hutton Falkland Islands - presence of dog like fox species indicated land must have changed Tierra del Fuego - previous fuegians who had been schooled in British ways returned to their native ways; showed that they were no differences between humans Chile - found shells above sea level; witnessed a volcano and earthquake which changed the coastal shelf Brazil - found bones of massive animals which resembled modern animals which were much smaller Galapagos - found that great speciation in animals; adaptive radiation; varying giant tortoise and finch species Cocos Islands - atoll formation 18) Usually fossils, they illustrate a possible intermediate stage from one major lineage to another 18A) C) Features of both species A and C 18B) Morphological species concept - comparing morphological traits. Usually the one used with fossils. 18C) Biological species concept - dependent on observation of mating, our fossil is extinct. Phylogenetic species concept - good phylogenies for organisms are rare, and it's given that our fossil has an unclear genetic history. Ecological species concept - fossil is extinct.
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2010 for the course BILD BILD 3 taught by Professor Woodruff during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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