Chapter 13 Outline

Chapter 13 Outline - CHAPTER 13 HOW POPULATIONS EVOLVE CONCEPTS TO MASTER I CHARLES DARWIN ESTABLISHED THE IDEAS OF EVOLUTION AND NATURAL SELECTION

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129 CHAPTER 13: HOW POPULATIONS EVOLVE CONCEPTS TO MASTER I. CHARLES DARWIN ESTABLISHED THE IDEAS OF EVOLUTION AND NATURAL SELECTION II. EVOLUTION IS SUPPORTED BY MANY LINES OF EVIDENCE. III. EVOLUTION OCCURS BY NATURAL SELECTION IV. THE MODERN SYNTHESIS OF DARWINISM AND GENETICS IS USED TO STUDY POPULATIONS I. CHARLES DARWIN ESTABLISHED THE IDEAS OF EVOLUTION AND NATURAL SELECTION A . Darwin’s 1859 Publication of The Origin of Species Challenged Prevailing Scientific Views. (pp. 245-246) Inheritance of Acquired Characteristics was Jean Baptiste Lamarck’s theory of evolution
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130 B . During his Around-the-World Voyage on the Beagle , Darwin Observed Adaptations of Organisms that Inhabited Diverse Environments . (pp. 246-248) Galapagos Islands Darwin’s Finches MyBiology Activities: Darwin and the Galapagos Islands and Video: Galapagos Marine Iguana C . Darwin Made Two Proposals in The Origin of Species . (pp. 248-249) 1. Descent with modification (=EVOLUTION)
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131 2. Natural Selection II. EVOLUTION IS SUPPORTED BY MANY LINES OF EVIDENCE A. The Fossil Record Links Ancestral Species with Modern Species . (pp. 250-251) FOSSILS FOSSIL RECORD MyBiology Activity: Video: Grand Canyon TRANSITIONAL FORMS o Basilosaurus
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132 o Archaeopteryx http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/evolution/educators/teachstuds/svideos.html How do we Know That Evolution Happens? B. Biogeography Suggests that Species Evolved from Ancestors that Inhabited the Same Region . (pp. 251-252) BIOGEOGRAPHY C . Comparative Anatomy Confirms that Evolution is a Remodeling Process . (p. 252) COMPARATIVE ANATOMY HOMOLOGY (HOMOLOGOUS STRUCTURES)
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133 MyBiology Activity: Reconstructing Forelimbs D. Comparative Embryology Demonstrates that Closely Related Organisms Often have
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Chapter 13 Outline - CHAPTER 13 HOW POPULATIONS EVOLVE CONCEPTS TO MASTER I CHARLES DARWIN ESTABLISHED THE IDEAS OF EVOLUTION AND NATURAL SELECTION

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