5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- what is a completly random force of evolution and why
- transitional feature
- 5 assumptions of the H-W equilibrium principle
- a a trait in a fossil species that is intermediate between those of younger and older species.
- b monk who determined traits are passed from generation to generation through genes described the theories of segrigation and indipendent assortment.
- c tc
- d genetic drift because it is a change in alleles due to blind luck
- e there is no selection mutation migration genetic drift and all individuals choose mates at random
5 Multiple choice questions
- was avid in placing darwins theory in the context of humans
- published theory of evolution called theory of inheritance of acquired charactaristics.based on the idea that all change was a concious effort toward perfection.discredited because his mechanism for change was wrong
- variant forms of a gene
- first explained by Mendel, it is when an individual produced gametes, the copies of a gene separate so that each gamete receives only one copy.
- Similarity in embryonic traits
5 True/False questions
phenetic approach → a genetic constraint it is the connection of one allele with multiple traits
aristotle → a point when an ancestral species split into two or more descendant species
three inferences of natural selection → struggle for existance among individuals, there are differences in survival and reproduction among individuals, over time differential survival and reproduction changes the population
Natural Theology → a movement in the catholic church that stated knowlege of the earth could explain the reason for god. said earth was old as the bible said the great chain of being was created by god and variation was directed by god to carry out his plan
four primary mechanisms of evolutionary change → 1. Natural selection
3. Gene flow(immigration)
4. Genetic drift(only random change)