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SAT Biology 2- Evolution
Microevolution
Macroevolution
Transitional fossil
Homologous structures
Changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
Speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
Fossil that links older species to modern species
Function differs, but same bone structure. Evidence of diverg…
Microevolution
Changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
Macroevolution
Speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
40 terms
SAT 2 Biology: Evolution
Microevolution
Macroevolution/speciation
Population
Evidence of evolution
Refers to changes in one gene pool of a population over gener…
Refers to the formation of an entirely new species.
A population consists of all the members of one species in on…
Fossil records, comparative anatomy, comparative biochemistry…
Microevolution
Refers to changes in one gene pool of a population over gener…
Macroevolution/speciation
Refers to the formation of an entirely new species.
40 terms
SAT 2 Biology: Evolution
Microevolution
Macroevolution/speciation
Population
Evidence of evolution
Refers to changes in one gene pool of a population over gener…
Refers to the formation of an entirely new species.
A population consists of all the members of one species in on…
Fossil records, comparative anatomy, comparative biochemistry…
Microevolution
Refers to changes in one gene pool of a population over gener…
Macroevolution/speciation
Refers to the formation of an entirely new species.
SAT II Biology - Evolution
Microevolution
Macroevolution
population
Fossil Record
A change in the collective genetic material of a population.
evolution on a large scale extending over geologic era and re…
A group of individuals that belong to the same species and li…
Chronological collection of life's remains in sedimentary roc…
Microevolution
A change in the collective genetic material of a population.
Macroevolution
evolution on a large scale extending over geologic era and re…
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Biology SAT 2: Evolution and Classification
Archaeopteryx
Comparative Anatomy
Homologous structures
Analogous Structures
primitive bird between bird and dinosaur
Compare external and internal anatomy
Different function, coming from same ancestors. Fin, Hand...…
Different ancestor, but similar function. Wings of bugs and w…
Archaeopteryx
primitive bird between bird and dinosaur
Comparative Anatomy
Compare external and internal anatomy
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Chapter 11 (Evolution) - BIOLOGY SAT2
When was the earth formed?
Earth was a _____ ball of molten ____…
Early earth couldn't support ____.
Oceans were formed from condensed ____…
4.6 BYA
fiery, rock
life
water vapor
When was the earth formed?
4.6 BYA
Earth was a _____ ball of molten ____…
fiery, rock
51 terms
Biology SAT 2: Evolution and Classification
Comparative Anatomy
Homologous structures
Analogous Structures
Comparative Embryology
Compare external and internal anatomy
Different function, coming from same ancestors. Fin, Hand...…
Different ancestor, but similar function. Wings of bugs and w…
Comparison of embryonic structures. earlier the embryonic dev…
Comparative Anatomy
Compare external and internal anatomy
Homologous structures
Different function, coming from same ancestors. Fin, Hand...…
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Biology SAT 2: Evolution and Classification
Archaeopteryx
Comparative Anatomy
Homologous structures
Analogous Structures
primitive bird between bird and dinosaur
Compare external and internal anatomy
Different function, coming from same ancestors. Fin, Hand...…
Different ancestor, but similar function. Wings of bugs and w…
Archaeopteryx
primitive bird between bird and dinosaur
Comparative Anatomy
Compare external and internal anatomy
52 terms
Biology SAT 2: Evolution and Classification
Archaeopteryx
Comparative Anatomy
Homologous structures
Analogous Structures
primitive bird between bird and dinosaur
Compare external and internal anatomy
Different function, coming from same ancestors. Fin, Hand...…
Different ancestor, but similar function. Wings of bugs and w…
Archaeopteryx
primitive bird between bird and dinosaur
Comparative Anatomy
Compare external and internal anatomy
63 terms
Bespoke Education SAT2 Biology - Diversity and Evolution
Adaptive Radiation
Allopatric
Amniote egg
Amphibia
The development of several new species from one species that…
A mode of speciation induced when the ancestral population be…
The embryos of reptiles, birds, and mammals with four membran…
The class of chordates who lay their eggs and complete their…
Adaptive Radiation
The development of several new species from one species that…
Allopatric
A mode of speciation induced when the ancestral population be…
59 terms
Chapter 11 (Evolution) - BIOLOGY SAT2
When was the earth formed?
Earth was a _____ ball of molten ____…
Early earth couldn't support ____.
Oceans were formed from condensed ____…
4.6 BYA
fiery, rock
life
water vapor
When was the earth formed?
4.6 BYA
Earth was a _____ ball of molten ____…
fiery, rock
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Biology SAT / Evidence of Evolution
Transitional Fossil
Homologous Structure
Analogous Structure
Vestigial Structure
Bones that link older extinct species to modern species
Structures that have vastly different functions, but the same…
Structures with the same function, but different underlying s…
Leftover now useless structures in our body, that were never…
Transitional Fossil
Bones that link older extinct species to modern species
Homologous Structure
Structures that have vastly different functions, but the same…
31 terms
SAT Biology: Evolution and Diversity
Microevolution
Macroevolution
Prokaryotic Cells
Homologous Structures
refers to the changes in one gene pool of a population over g…
refers to speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
these are the oldest fossils and were the first organisms to…
these are examples of divergent evolution... when the function o…
Microevolution
refers to the changes in one gene pool of a population over g…
Macroevolution
refers to speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
51 terms
SAT Biology - Evolution
microevolution
macroevolution
population
six areas of scientific study that pro…
changes in one gene pool of a population
speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
all the members of one species in one place; the smallest gro…
fossil record, comparative anatomy, comparative biochemistry,…
microevolution
changes in one gene pool of a population
macroevolution
speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
9 terms
Biology SAT 2 Evolution (chapter 11)
evolution
microevolution
macroevolution
population
the change in the genes of a population on Earth over time... in…
the changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
speciation... the formation of an entirely new species
consists of all members of one species in one place
evolution
the change in the genes of a population on Earth over time... in…
microevolution
the changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
63 terms
Bespoke Education SAT2 Biology - Diversity and Evolution
Adaptive Radiation
Allopatric
Amniote egg
Amphibia
The development of several new species from one species that…
A mode of speciation induced when the ancestral population be…
The embryos of reptiles, birds, and mammals with four membran…
The class of chordates who lay their eggs and complete their…
Adaptive Radiation
The development of several new species from one species that…
Allopatric
A mode of speciation induced when the ancestral population be…
52 terms
SAT 2 Bio Evolution
Microevolution
Macroevolution
CRITICAL
Six areas of scientific study that pro…
Changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
individuals never change or evolve. A population is the small…
Fossil record, Comparative anatomy, comparative biochem, comp…
Microevolution
Changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
Macroevolution
speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
SAT 2 Bio Evolution
Microevolution
Macroevolution
CRITICAL
Six areas of scientific study that pro…
Changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
individuals never change or evolve. A population is the small…
Fossil record, Comparative anatomy, comparative biochem, comp…
Microevolution
Changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
Macroevolution
speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
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Additional SAT2 Biology Words (Evolution)
Patterns of Evolution
Fossil Record
Comparative Anatomy
Comparative Biochemistry
1) Fossil Record... 2) Comparative Anatomy... 3) Comparative Bioche…
Reveals the existence of species that became extinct or evolv…
1) Homologous Structures... 2) Analogous Structures... 3) Vestigial…
Researchers can test medicine on mice to see if it will work…
Patterns of Evolution
1) Fossil Record... 2) Comparative Anatomy... 3) Comparative Bioche…
Fossil Record
Reveals the existence of species that became extinct or evolv…
SAT II Biology: Evolution
What is evolution?
What is microevolution?
What is macroevolution?
Individuals _____ change or evolve
the change in the genes of a population on Earth over time
the changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
the creation of an entirely new species
never
What is evolution?
the change in the genes of a population on Earth over time
What is microevolution?
the changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
63 terms
Bespoke Education SAT2 Biology - Diversity and Evolution
Adaptive Radiation
Allopatric
Amniote egg
Amphibia
The development of several new species from one species that…
A mode of speciation induced when the ancestral population be…
The embryos of reptiles, birds, and mammals with four membran…
The class of chordates who lay their eggs and complete their…
Adaptive Radiation
The development of several new species from one species that…
Allopatric
A mode of speciation induced when the ancestral population be…
63 terms
Bespoke Education SAT2 Biology - Diversity and Evolution
Adaptive Radiation
Allopatric
Amniote egg
Amphibia
The development of several new species from one species that…
A mode of speciation induced when the ancestral population be…
The embryos of reptiles, birds, and mammals with four membran…
The class of chordates who lay their eggs and complete their…
Adaptive Radiation
The development of several new species from one species that…
Allopatric
A mode of speciation induced when the ancestral population be…
62 terms
SAT Biology - Evolution
Earth's original atmosphere
heterotroph hypothesis
Lamarckism
natural selection
hydrogen, ammonia, methane, water
the hypothesis that the first organic compounds were formed b…
acquired characteristics are inherited, uses and disuse
survival of the fittest
Earth's original atmosphere
hydrogen, ammonia, methane, water
heterotroph hypothesis
the hypothesis that the first organic compounds were formed b…
47 terms
SAT II Biology - Evolution (8)
What is microevolution?
What is macroevolution?
Can individuals evolve?
What is a population?
The changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
Speciation, or the forming of an entirely new species
No, the smallest group that can evolve is a POPULATION
All of the members of one species in one place ... ex: all the…
What is microevolution?
The changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
What is macroevolution?
Speciation, or the forming of an entirely new species
63 terms
Bespoke Education SAT2 Biology - Diversity and Evolution
Adaptive Radiation
Allopatric
Amniote egg
Amphibia
The development of several new species from one species that…
A mode of speciation induced when the ancestral population be…
The embryos of reptiles, birds, and mammals with four membran…
The class of chordates who lay their eggs and complete their…
Adaptive Radiation
The development of several new species from one species that…
Allopatric
A mode of speciation induced when the ancestral population be…
9 terms
SAT Biology: Evolution
Species
Sympatric speciation
Allopatric speciation
Adaptive radiation
Can interbreed AND have fertile offspring
Formation of a new species in the same geographical area
Formation of a new species in a completely different geograph…
Formation of different species who share a common ancestor... So…
Species
Can interbreed AND have fertile offspring
Sympatric speciation
Formation of a new species in the same geographical area
47 terms
SAT Biology - Evolution1
Earth's original atmosphere
heterotroph hypothesis
Lamarckism
natural selection
hydrogen, ammonia, methane, water
the hypothesis that the first organic compounds were formed b…
acquired characteristics are inherited, uses and disuse
survival of the fittest
Earth's original atmosphere
hydrogen, ammonia, methane, water
heterotroph hypothesis
the hypothesis that the first organic compounds were formed b…
47 terms
SAT Biology - Evolution
Earth's original atmosphere
heterotroph hypothesis
Lamarckism
natural selection
hydrogen, ammonia, methane, water
the hypothesis that the first organic compounds were formed b…
acquired characteristics are inherited, uses and disuse
survival of the fittest
Earth's original atmosphere
hydrogen, ammonia, methane, water
heterotroph hypothesis
the hypothesis that the first organic compounds were formed b…
42 terms
SAT Biology : Evolution
microevolution
macroevolution
population
homologous structures
change in gene pool over generations
formation of an entirely new species
all the members of one species ***individuals never evolve, b…
same structure different function ... ex. wing of a bat, whale…
microevolution
change in gene pool over generations
macroevolution
formation of an entirely new species
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Biology 2 Evolution
adaptation
Charles Darwin
cladogram
common descent
an evolutionary trait that allows an organism to respond to s…
scientist who studied many species of organisms for many year…
a diagram that shows the evolutionary relationships among a g…
all species are derived from common ancestors
adaptation
an evolutionary trait that allows an organism to respond to s…
Charles Darwin
scientist who studied many species of organisms for many year…
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Biology SAT / Patterns of Evolution
Divergent Evolution
Convergent Evolution
Parallel Evolution
Coevolution
Occurs when a population becomes isolated from the rest of th…
Theory that highlights the product of unrelated species occup…
Theory that describes two related species that have a common…
Evolving to rely on other species... (Honeybee and flowers)
Divergent Evolution
Occurs when a population becomes isolated from the rest of th…
Convergent Evolution
Theory that highlights the product of unrelated species occup…
63 terms
SAT II Biology: Evolution
Homologous Structures
Analogous Structures
Molecular Clocks
Lamarckism
similar structures that related species have inherited from a…
similarities among unrelated species that result from converg…
Evolutionary timing methods based on the observation that at…
An evolutionary theory (proved false by Darwin) stating that…
Homologous Structures
similar structures that related species have inherited from a…
Analogous Structures
similarities among unrelated species that result from converg…
52 terms
SAT BIOLOGY keywords Evolution
microevolution
macroevolution
population
transitional fossils
refers to teh changes in one gene pool of a population over g…
refers to speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
consists of all the members of one species in one place.
link older extinct fossils to modern species.
microevolution
refers to teh changes in one gene pool of a population over g…
macroevolution
refers to speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
64 terms
SAT Biology: Evolution
changes in one gene pool of a populati…
speciation, formation of entirely new…
population consists of all
six areas that provide evidence for ev…
microevolution
macroevolultion
members of one species in one place
fossil record, comparative anatomy, comparative biochemistry,…
changes in one gene pool of a populati…
microevolution
speciation, formation of entirely new…
macroevolultion
59 terms
SAT Biology (Evolution and Diversity)
microevolution
macroevoultion
evidence of evolution
transitional fossils
change in one gene pool
speciation
fossil, anatomy, biochemistry, embryology, molecular biology,…
link older extinct fossils to modern species; archaeopteryx (…
microevolution
change in one gene pool
macroevoultion
speciation
42 terms
SAT Biology - Evolution
What is a critical thing to remember r…
What are six areas of scientific study…
What does the fossil record show?
What are some examples of *transitiona…
individuals never evolve; only populations evolve
1. fossil record... 2. comparative anatomy... 3. comparative bioche…
• 99% of all organisms that ever lived on Earth are now extin…
Archaeopteryxx* - shows reptile and bird characteristics... •…
What is a critical thing to remember r…
individuals never evolve; only populations evolve
What are six areas of scientific study…
1. fossil record... 2. comparative anatomy... 3. comparative bioche…
44 terms
SAT Biology Evolution
evidence of evolution
fossil record evidence
age of Earth
comparative anatomy evidence
fossil record, comparative anatomy, comparative biochemistry,…
transitional fossils link extinct and living organisms, proka…
4.6 billion years old
homologous structures, analagous structures, vestigial struct…
evidence of evolution
fossil record, comparative anatomy, comparative biochemistry,…
fossil record evidence
transitional fossils link extinct and living organisms, proka…
50 terms
SAT II Biology: Evolution
What is evolution?
What is microevolution?
What is macroevolution?
Evidence of Evolution: What are exampl…
evolution is a change in the genes of a population on earth o…
microevolution is changes in the gene pool of a population (g…
macroevolution involves major biological changes, such as spe…
1. fossil record... 2. comparative anatomy... 3. comparative bioche…
What is evolution?
evolution is a change in the genes of a population on earth o…
What is microevolution?
microevolution is changes in the gene pool of a population (g…
26 terms
Evolution (BIOLOGY SAT)
Microevolution
Macroevolution
Homologous structures
Analogous structures
Refers to the changes in one gene pool of a population over g…
Speciation, the formation of an entirely new species.
Things which have different functions but the same anatomy
Things which have the same function but different underlying…
Microevolution
Refers to the changes in one gene pool of a population over g…
Macroevolution
Speciation, the formation of an entirely new species.
34 terms
sat biology evolution 1
changes in allele frequencies in popul…
same species (interbreed in nature, pr…
body parts of organisms can develop wi…
only mutation(changes in the genetic m…
microevolution
population
use and disuse, lamark
inheritance of acquired traits, lamark
changes in allele frequencies in popul…
microevolution
same species (interbreed in nature, pr…
population
34 terms
SAT biology Evolution
Population
Homologous structures
Analogous structures
Vestigial structures
All of the members of one species in one place
Wing of bat, flipper of whale, arm of man, evidence of common…
Bat wing and fly wing, evidence of convergent evolution
Appendix, evidence that the anatomy of an animal has evolved
Population
All of the members of one species in one place
Homologous structures
Wing of bat, flipper of whale, arm of man, evidence of common…
75 terms
Biology 2 Unit 5: Evolution
Evolution
The horse
The possible ancestor of the modern ho…
Bigger size, Bigger teeth, and fewer t…
What is the term for the process where life changes over time?
Give an example of an organism that has changed over time
What was Eohippus?
What were 3 trends in horse evolution?
Evolution
What is the term for the process where life changes over time?
The horse
Give an example of an organism that has changed over time
25 terms
Sat 2 Bio: Evolution
Natural Selection
Evolutionary Fitness
Outbreeding
Diploidy
organisms that are better adapted to their environment will s…
how well an organism can pass on its alleles to future genera…
the breeding of organisms that are not related
maintaining a hidden pool of alleles that will be advantageou…
Natural Selection
organisms that are better adapted to their environment will s…
Evolutionary Fitness
how well an organism can pass on its alleles to future genera…
20 terms
Bio SAT2 Evolution
What is microevolution?
What is macroevolution?
What 6 areas are evidence for evolution?
How do fossil records serve as evidenc…
the changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
1 fossil record... 2 comparative anatomy... 3 comparative biochemis…
they reveal the existence of species that have become extinct…
What is microevolution?
the changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
What is macroevolution?
speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
62 terms
Biology SAT Subject Test Chapter 11 Evolution
Evolution
Microevolution
Macroevolution
What changes and evolves and what does…
-the change of genes of a *population on Earth over time
-refers to the changes in one gene pool of a population over…
-refers to speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
*Individuals never change or evolve... -a population is the smal…
Evolution
-the change of genes of a *population on Earth over time
Microevolution
-refers to the changes in one gene pool of a population over…
36 terms
bio sat2 evolution
Microevolution
homologous structures
analogous structure
vestigial structures
Changes one gene pool of a population over generations. specu…
(wing of a bat, lateral fin of the whale and human arm) funct…
(bats wing and flies wing) have the same function but not the…
evidence that the anatomy of animals have evolved (appendix w…
Microevolution
Changes one gene pool of a population over generations. specu…
homologous structures
(wing of a bat, lateral fin of the whale and human arm) funct…
SAT2: Evolution
What is Evolution?
What is Microevolution?
What is Macroevolution?
What is Speciation?
The change in genes of a population on Earth over time
The changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
Speciation, the formation of an entirely new species
The formation of an entirely new species
What is Evolution?
The change in genes of a population on Earth over time
What is Microevolution?
The changes in one gene pool of a population over generations
73 terms
Combo with "SAT 2 Biology: Evolution" and 1 other
Microevolution
Macroevolution/speciation
Evidence of evolution
What percentage of organisms that have…
Refers to changes in one gene pool of a population over gener…
Refers to the formation of an entirely new species.
Fossil records, comparative anatomy, comparative biochemistry…
99%
Microevolution
Refers to changes in one gene pool of a population over gener…
Macroevolution/speciation
Refers to the formation of an entirely new species.
17 terms
SAT2 - EVOLUTION AND DIVERSITY
Heterotroph Hypothesis
Heterotrophs
Autotrophs
Anaerobic Organisms
Life began under intense conditions-
Organisms that cannot synthesize their own food
Can make their own food
Organisms that don't require oxygen
Heterotroph Hypothesis
Life began under intense conditions-
Heterotrophs
Organisms that cannot synthesize their own food
43 terms
SAT II Biology Chapter 11 Evolution
evolution
microevolution
macroevolution
biogeography, embryology, molecular bi…
change in the gene pool of a population over time
change in one gene pool of a population over generations
changing of populations in terms of speciation
BE A MAP Biochem
evolution
change in the gene pool of a population over time
microevolution
change in one gene pool of a population over generations
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