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Study Guide: Exam II GEOG 1403: Biogeography of the Global Garden, Fall 2010 Exam: Friday October 29 (Willey 175) Format: Multiple choice, fill in the blank, T/F and matching. There will be several smaller (couple of sentence) questions, some diagramming and fill-in type questions. There will also be one longer question (multi-paragraph) that will tie several concepts together. ****NOTE THAT THIS IS NOT ALL INCLUSIVE OF THE MATERIALS WE HAVE COVERED IN LECTURE. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING WE’VE DISCUSSED IN CLASS AND MATERIALS IN ASSIGNED READINGS **** Additional Readings for this Exam: Gould, S.J. 1980. “A quahog is a quahog”, pp. 204-213 in The Panda’s Thumb. W.W. Norton & Co., New York What evidence do the above readings use to demonstrate that species are real entities and not an artifact of western science? Quammen, D. 2004. Was Darwin Wrong? National Geographic, November 2004, pp. 4-13, 20-31. Quammen outlines several pieces of evidence that Darwin used to demonstrate/support his initial concepts of evolution which have since been added to. Pay attention to what this evidence is (that he relied on specifically) and how Darwin used it in support of his theory of evolution. Coyne, J.A.
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