Test 2 Study Guide - Gene 3000 Test 2 Study Guide From Dr....

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Gene 3000 Test 2 Study Guide From Dr. Arnold’s Half: Terms to know Dispersal Vicariance Disjunct Autochthonus Allochthonus Co-evolution -what are the different types of interactions? -How can we test for co-evolution? Primary and secondary DNA structure Genic/ non-genic regions Gene duplication Gene families Concerted evolution Amplification Distribution Transposons/ transposable elements- what are they? What are their possible effects? Homogenization Gene conversion Human Evolution Problems with the fossil record Human Autoapomorphic characteristics Cultural Evolution Vertical transfer Horizontal transfer Lamarckian Reticulate Blending inheritance How can we trace human migration through gut bacteria? Through rat haplotypes?
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What did Milton think about the importance of introgression in evolution? Mayer? Dr. Anderson’s Half:
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course BIOL 3000 taught by Professor Arnold during the Fall '06 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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