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“N o ing in Biology makes sens e except in e light of evolu on Theodosius Dobzhansky (1973) Biol 180-Di Stilio-Lecture 2-3/29/11 http://evolution.berkeley.edu/
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Sources of Images for this lecture (and Highly recommended readings) Sean Carroll, 2009. Remarkable Creatures. Mariner. Jerry Coyne, 2009. Why Evolution is True. Penguin. NY Times bestseller. Richard Dawkins, 2009. The Greatest Show on Earth. Free press.
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Charles Darwin (1809–1882) and his son, William, 1842. Alfred Russel Wallace
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On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or The Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life Charles Darwin, 1859
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Physics Biology Theory of large Relativity/gravity ___________ Theory of small Quantum mechanics ___________ Unified theory ??? ___________ The Power of a Unifying Theory in Biology + + Julian Huxley, 1942. Evolution: The Modern Synthesis .
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Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection as Proposed by Darwin and Wallace Species are Related to One Another and can Change Over Time ("Descent with Modification") Individuals with Certain Heritable Traits will Survive and Reproduce More, Leading to a Change in the Population (Natural Selection).
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The Voyage of HMS Beagle How did Darwin collect his observations?
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