Eco pop 1
Terms in this set (14)
one single organism
Gamete ( egg, Sperm) formation
Random changes in the genetic sequence of an organisms gamets which then affect the off spring.
a group of genetically similar organisms that can produce fertile offspring
The difference between individual members of a population. We see this daily in humans
Organisms that are not Furtile
Chromosomes get randomly divided up
Bell shaped curve
Variation in a population
Traits that are different in an off spring
evidence that an organism once existed in an area; can be a part of the organism's body or a trace fossil which is a mark or print left by the organism, used to study traits
Trait that can be inherited to increase the chance of survival
The amount of organism there are
no longer existing
Pieces of the chromosomes can overlap and switch places.
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