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Lecture 14: Darwin and evolution The evolution controversy Darwin and his voyage of discovery. Darwin; FitzRoy; the Beagle; around the world; Galapagos archipelago; adaptation The Origin of Species and Darwin’s arguments for natural selection . 1859; Wallace Darwin as a scientist other work; coral reefs Main Ideas in the Origin descent with modification and natural selection; phylogenetic trees, fossil, fossil record, heritable variation; overproduction of offspring; environmental selection, “use and disuse of characters”, acquired characters. lack of inheritance of acquired character, artificial selection, cultivation; cultivated varieties Aspects of biology explained by Darwinian evolution . adaptation in “real time” (observable in human lifetime or recorded human history); homology (anatomical, embryological, molecular); biogeography and convergent evolution Assigned Readings: Ch. 22
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Which is the real Darwin? The evolution controversy
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Charles Darwin: failed medical student, failed divinity student, ardent beetle collector. Parts of the following slides are condensed in Fig. 22.5 Darwin Darwin the Beagle FitzRoy the world Galapagos adaptation
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Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle, 1831 - 1836 90 feet of ship, 74 people living together for 5 years... Darwin Darwin the Beagle FitzRoy the world Galapagos adaptation
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Darwin Darwin the Beagle FitzRoy the world Galapagos adaptation
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Sir Robert FitzRoy: Commander of the Beagle at age 26 (the youngest captain ever in the history of Her Majesties Navy). Darwin Darwin the Beagle FitzRoy the world Galapagos adaptation
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Brazil: thrilled by rainforest, appalled by slavery Darwin Darwin the Beagle FitzRoy the world Galapagos adaptation
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Galapagos archipelago: volcanic islands less than 15 MY of age. Darwin Darwin the Beagle FitzRoy the world Galapagos adaptation
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High lush island Low, desert island Darwin Darwin the Beagle FitzRoy the world Galapagos adaptation
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Basis of natural selection: three generalizations about the properties of organisms individual members of any species vary somewhat from one another
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