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Subspecies within species evolutionary species concept

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Unformatted text preview: sperm can’t fertilize) ○ sympatric: occurs between populations that occupy same geographic range ■ instantaneous speciation through changes in chromosomes ■ or through assortative mating of homozygotes Anagesis (phyletic evolution): evolution of species involving an entire population rather than a branching event ○ mean will change gradually over time (selecting for/against one end over another) ○ entire population is different from the ancestral population such that the ancestral population can be considered extinct Heritability: culture vs. biology ○ Lecture 8: Genetics Some Important Terms: ·ȡ Phenotype - the readout of the the genotype ·ȡ Genome – the entire Genetics: An overview ·ȡ Quantitative – using statistical analysis to observe how variation is inherited ·ȡ Development – what is a gene doing and when during a developmental process ·ȡ Population genetics: Genomics – statistics ·ȡ Gene - a section of DNA that has an effect on the phenotype Genetics: An overview ·ȡ Quantitative – using statistical analysis to observe how variation is inherited ·ȡ Developme...
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