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SG3_evolution_F10 - Lectures 3 4 Chapter 23 24 Study Guide Evolution Learning Objectives Become familiar with the historical events leading up to

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Study Guide Evolution Learning Objectives Become familiar with the historical events leading up to Darwin’s theory of evolution Understand the principles associated with Darwin’s theory of evolution Understand how natural selection works and how it compares to artificial selection Be able to describe observations of evolution Be able to identify patterns of natural selection Understand the mechanisms of evolution Be able to describe sexual selection NOTE : You should be able to meet these objectives by coming to class, participating in clicker activities, and reviewing class notes. I. Be familiar with the intellectual contributions made by various scientists in diverse fields who paved the way for Darwin’s theory of evolution II. Be able to describe and compare the ideas behind Darwin’s work: a. Descent with modification i. Natural selection ii. variation b. Evolutionary adaptation c. Evolution i. Know when he published Origin of Species and when he went on
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course BIO 181 taught by Professor Milton during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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SG3_evolution_F10 - Lectures 3 4 Chapter 23 24 Study Guide Evolution Learning Objectives Become familiar with the historical events leading up to

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