5.03 Primate Evolution
Humans, chimpanzees, gorillas, and lemurs are all examples of organisms collectively called
primates. In addition to species that are alive today, this group also includes the ancestors that
gave rise to modern species as w
5.02 Evolutionary Relationships
Darwin was not the first scientist to propose a theory of evolution, but he made important
contributions to that theory with his own interpretations of the _ he
Voyage of the Beagle
In 1831, Darwin
5.3 Virtual Lab
Hypothesis: The unkown skull is most closely related to the Australopithecus afarensis because
both have slim small skulls with the eyebrow raised.
1. Unknown skull:
medium brow ridge
Honors Students Only: Molecular Clocks and Evolution
There are many ways that we can measure time. Look at the examples on the page.
DNA of every species can change through random mutations.
Many mutations have no effect on phenotypes, so
Genus: Trentepohlia Mart.
Lives on tree trunks and wet rocks,
doesnt produce seeds and has a
bright orange color.
What does it take to be a
survivor or to overcome
Something that fuels a persons motivation
to try and accomplish over an obstacle.
From Enriques Journey, Lourdes has to
find a way to provide for her children.
To set a goal and ful