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Darwin Island Introduction EvolutionLab will allow you to study important principles of evolution by examining small populations of finches on two...

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"Evolution Lab
• Review University of Phoenix Material: How to Write a Lab Report.
• Complete the Evolution Lab, available on your student website.
• Write a 700- to 1,050-word lab report of your Evolution Lab results.
• Format your lab report consistent with APA guidelines.

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Darwin Island Introduction EvolutionLab will allow you to study important principles of evolution by examining small populations of finches on two different islands, "Darwin Island" and "Wallace Island." You will manipulate important parameters that influence natural selection and then follow how your changes influence the evolution of beak size and population numbers for the two different populations of finches over selected time intervals. One obvious advantage of this simulation is that you can quickly and easily create new parameters and model evolutionary changes over long time periods. Objectives The purpose of this laboratory is to: Help you develop an understanding of important factors that affect evolution of a species. Demonstrate important biological and environmental selection factors that influence evolution by natural selection. Simulate how changes in beak size and other characteristics of finch populations influence evolution of beak size and population numbers. EvolutionLab Lab Notes Exported EvolutionLab Graph: Average Beak Size
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Darwin Wallace Please note that this is an HTML page containing an image. In order to save this completely, you need to either use a special browser function to completely save this page or save the HTML page and then saving the image in whatever manner is appropriate for your browser (usually a right-click or ctrl-click or a held click while holding the mouse pointer over the image will bring up a menu that will let you save the image). Exported EvolutionLab Graph: Population Darwin Wallace Please note that this is an HTML page containing an image. In order to save this completely, you need to either use a special browser function to completely save this page or save the HTML page and then saving the image in whatever manner is appropriate for your browser (usually a right-click or ctrl-click or a held click while holding the mouse pointer over the image will bring up a menu that will let you save the image). EvolutionLab Lab Notes ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ================ Input Parameters ================
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