maya bio 4 - Chapter 5 Part 3 5.4 Evolution - evolution =...

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Chapter 5 Part 3 5.4 Evolution - evolution = the cumulative change in the heritable characteristics of a population - fossil record = consists of all fossils, discovered and undiscovered that exist - selective breeding of domesticated animals = involves selecting the best hunters for hunting, the strongest dogs for pulling sledges and the most unusual for rituals through use of dogs - homologous structures = support the concept of evolution that suggests that many different species may have originated from a common ancestor, suggesting that they should have something in common - When there are too many individuals in a population, there will be competition for resources like food and light. This competition will allow the more successful individuals to grow faster and ale to produce more offspring. This reflects on natural selection, the struggle for survival between individuals of the same species or species sharing the same habitat. - Both independent assortment and crossing over will cause the gametes to differ from
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