2-2-12 how and how fast evolution UPLOAD

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How and how fast does natural selection actually work in the real world of sexual animals like us?
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Human societies Animals Tissues and organs Cells Molecules Atoms Subatomic particle physics Animal societies “complexity” “purpose”
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Human societies Animals Tissues and organs Cells Molecules Atoms Subatomic particle physics Animal societies “purpose”
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Animals (individuals) Genetic design information Animal societies Human societies “purpose”
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Animals (individuals) Genetic design information Animal societies Human societies “purpose”
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Human societies Animals (individuals) Genetic design information Animal societies
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Human societies Animals (individuals) Genetic design information Animal societies How FAST do sexual organisms evolve? How do genes (design information) actually build complex animals? How does evolutionary history effect animal evolution? How do sexual organisms evolve? Evolution of design information shapes both bodies and minds ( behaviors )
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design information vehicle
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Time * ~23,000 pieces of design information Hundreds of millions of cycles of this process
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I. How do genes build animals
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design information vehicle
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vehicle gene = piece of design information genome
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~23,000 pieces of design information (genes ) make up the genomes of all mammals
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tool vehicle design information
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tool vehicle design information
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tool vehicle design information
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Animals Plants Fungi YEARS AGO 1 billion- 2 billion- ancestral animal Insects Vertebrates humans fruit flies ca. 600 million years ago
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tool vehicle design information
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blastoderm
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dorsal
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bicoid
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longitude latitude
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course BIO 358 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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