Bio10F11HO04

Bio10F11HO04 - Biology 10 - General Biology Lecture 4...

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Unformatted text preview: Biology 10 - General Biology Lecture 4 Origin of Life / Evolution Favorable variations tend to be preserved, whereas unfavorable ones to be destroyed Darwin Key Points : Natural Selection 1. Not all organisms born : 2. Limited natural resources led to a: 3. Characteristics within Species: Characteristics can be 4. Survival depends upon an organisms : Certain characteristics : 5. Individuals who inherit more favorable features are : Environmental factors : a Natural Selection : Unequal reproduction leads to gradual changes in population :  Support for Natural Selection : 1. Artificial Selection Humans select : Organisms with specific traits are: Desirable traits: Domestic plants & animals provide examples of : Wild mustard : Gave rise to Cabbage, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussel Sprouts, & Kale If Artificial Selection could occur within 100s of years: THEN, Natural Selection over 1,000 of generations...
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Bio10F11HO04 - Biology 10 - General Biology Lecture 4...

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