AP Study Guide Ch 13

AP Study Guide Ch 13 - Chapter 13 Study Guide How...

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Chapter 13 Study Guide How Populations Evolve Describe five adaptations that help blue-footed boobies survive. Darwin’s Theory of Evolution Briefly describe the history of evolutionary thought. Explain how Darwin’s voyage on the Beagle influenced his thinking. Describe the ideas and events that resulted in Darwin’s 1859 book. Explain how the work of Thomas Malthus and the process of artificial selection influenced Darwin’s development of the idea of natural selection. Describe Darwin’s assumptions in developing the concept of natural selection. Explain how fossils form, noting examples of each process. Explain how the fossil record provides some of the strongest evidence of evolution. Explain how biogeography, comparative anatomy, comparative embryology, and molecular biology document evolution. Describe two examples of natural selection known to occur in nature. Note three key points about how natural selection works. Population Genetics and the Modern Synthesis
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