Learning Objectives and Review Sheet for Unit One: An Introduction to Evolution and Evolutionary Thinking
After completing this unit students should be able to:
A Case for Evolutionary Thinking: Understanding HIV
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Describe
Sexual Dimorphism Sexual Selection
Males and females of the same species are often very different in appearance. These differences are often referred to as sexual dimorphisms. Why are these common in nature?
Introduction To Evolution
Natural Selection: Darwin's Four Postulates
Natural selection is a logical outcome of four postulates:
Darwinian Natural Selection
Individuals within species are variable. Some of the variation is heritable and passed to offspring. In every ge
History and Evidence for Evolution
Introduction to Evolution
By the early 1700s the views of natural theology were firmly entrenched in Europe. Important beliefs of the natural theologists include: !
What Predictions Can One M