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Biology Learning Skills Center Concepts of Evolutionary Biology Group Session 3: Phylogenetics & Diversity Pg 1 of 2 © 2010 Allen D. MacNeill, The Biology Learning Skills Center, G-24 Stimson Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 14853, (607) 255-3357, [email protected] Biology Learning Skills Center Concepts of Evolution: Analysis, Application, Enrichment, and Review BIOG 1078: Academic Support for BIOG 1178/Evolutionary Biology Allen D. MacNeill, Senior Lecturer Group Session 3: Phylogenetics & Diversity Activities and Applications Activity 3.1: Biodiversity of "Prokaryotes" and Protists In this activity, we will be discussing the structural and functional diversity among the organisms classified as "prokaryotes" and Protists. Concepts and Key Terms The following concepts and key terms were introduced in lecture and in the readings on the dates indicated. You should be able to define these concepts and terms, and show how they are related to each other and to the overall field of evolutionary biology.
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