Lab 7 - appear similar at one stage but later develop into...

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Vanessa Reapor Biology 111, Section 23 May 22, 2009 Lab 7 Evolution 4. Describe the five major conditions for genetic equilibrium as specified by the Hardy Weinberg Principle. 1. No mutations. 2. Isolation from other populations. 3. Large population size. 4. Random mating. 5. No natural selection. 6. What conclusion does a biologist draw from observing that certain stages of embryonic development of diverse organisms are similar? Biologists can conclude from observing certain stages of embryonic development of diverse are similar due to the suggestion of shared ancestry dating far back in time. However, trained embryologist can have knowledge that early embryonic structures
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Unformatted text preview: appear similar at one stage, but later develop into different structures. 9. Name two human influences that are contributing to the current high rate of extinctions. Then explain how these influences are causing the extinction of one or more species. 1. Population growth, the human population is rapidly increasing. 2. Abusing earth’s resources, humans pollute and degrade natural sources. These influences are causing the extinction of the Yangtze River Dolphin. Fishermen have abused privileges of over fishing and polluting the sea....
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