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PBS EVOLUTION Video Worksheet 1. What is asexual reproduction? What are two examples? 2. If a female-only species can thrive, why are males necessary? 3. Describe The Red Queen Theory/Hypothesis. 4. Describe one explanation for the origin of sexual reproduction. 5. What are the costs of ornamentation in males? The benefits? 6. What are the evolutionary implications of shared parenting? 7. How did a change in feeding ecology influence chimpanzee and bonobo differences? 8. Describe some of our ideas about mate selection in humans. PBS EVOLUTION Video Worksheet
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Unformatted text preview: 1. What is asexual reproduction? What are two examples? 2. If a female-only species can thrive, why are males necessary? 3. Describe The Red Queen Theory/Hypothesis. 4. Describe one explanation for the origin of sexual reproduction. 5. What are the costs of ornamentation in males? The benefits? 6. What are the evolutionary implications of shared parenting? 7. How did a change in feeding ecology influence chimpanzee and bonobo differences? 8. Describe some of our ideas about mate selection in humans....
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