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Chapter 25 Identification of Species
Macroevolution
Species
How many species are there
Criteria used to distinguish species
-leads to new species... -*Evolutionary changes the produce new…
Group of interbreeding natural populations that are reproduct…
1.7 million describes ... -estimates about 10 million ... -Bacteria…
1) Morphology ... 2) Reproductive Isolation ... 3) DNA/ Chromosomes…
Macroevolution
-leads to new species... -*Evolutionary changes the produce new…
Species
Group of interbreeding natural populations that are reproduct…
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Chapter 25-Origin of Species and Macroevolution
macroevolution
(biological) species
speciation
subspecies
Evolutionary changes that create new species and groups of sp…
A group of related organisms that share a distinctive form in…
The formation of new species.
A subdivision of a species; this designation is used when two…
macroevolution
Evolutionary changes that create new species and groups of sp…
(biological) species
A group of related organisms that share a distinctive form in…
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Chapter 25- Mycobacterium Species
General Characteristics of Mycobacterium
Acid Fast Staining bacilli
Unusual Cell Wall
Purified Protein Derivatives
>130 species... -Nonspore forming, Nonmotile... -Intracellular Path…
Carbolfuchsin & Heat---> Wash with acid-alcohol--> Mycobacter…
Acid Fast bacteria (lipid layer over the peptidoglycan).
PPD: -Transport proteins/porins make up to 15% of the outer l…
General Characteristics of Mycobacterium
>130 species... -Nonspore forming, Nonmotile... -Intracellular Path…
Acid Fast Staining bacilli
Carbolfuchsin & Heat---> Wash with acid-alcohol--> Mycobacter…
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Chapter 25 Origin of Species and Macroevolution
Macroevolution
Species
Speciation
Number of species on earth.
Refers to the evolutionary changes that produce new species a…
Group of organisms that share similar attributes in nature. T…
The formation of a new species.
Known= 1.4-1.3 million. ... Estimates of total= 5-50 million.
Macroevolution
Refers to the evolutionary changes that produce new species a…
Species
Group of organisms that share similar attributes in nature. T…
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Chapter 25 Origin of Species
macroevolution
morphological traits
reproductive isolation
molecular traits
evolutionary changes that produce a new species or groups of…
how similar organisms are in structure and appearance
whether or not two organisms can interbreed to produce viable…
how similar the genomes are
macroevolution
evolutionary changes that produce a new species or groups of…
morphological traits
how similar organisms are in structure and appearance
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Chapter 25 Invertebrate Species
Hydrozoa
Scyphozoa
Anthozoa
Cubozoa
-Cnidaria... -Portuguese man-of-war... -Hydra... -Corals
-Cnidaria... -Jellyfish
-Cnidaira... -Sea Anemones... -Sea Fans... -Most Coral
-Cnidaira... -Box Jellies... -Sea Wasps
Hydrozoa
-Cnidaria... -Portuguese man-of-war... -Hydra... -Corals
Scyphozoa
-Cnidaria... -Jellyfish
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Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
macroevolution
species
What is considered when defining a spe…
Reproductive isolation
evolutionary changes that produce a new species of group of s…
group of related organisms sharing distinct characteristics;…
Similarity of genomes, ecological niche, reproductive isolation
prevents reproduction between different species
macroevolution
evolutionary changes that produce a new species of group of s…
species
group of related organisms sharing distinct characteristics;…
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Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
Macroevolution
Speciation
Biological species concept
Reproductive isolation
Evolutionary changes that create new species and group of spe…
The origin of new species, is at the focal point of evolution…
States that a species is a group of populations whose members…
The existence of biological factors that impede two species f…
Macroevolution
Evolutionary changes that create new species and group of spe…
Speciation
The origin of new species, is at the focal point of evolution…
Chapter 25 Origin of Species and Macroevolution
macroevolution
species
speciation
subspecies
evolutionary changes that produce new species and groups of s…
a group of related organisms tat share a distinctive set of a…
formation of a new species
two or more geographically restricted groups of the same spec…
macroevolution
evolutionary changes that produce new species and groups of s…
species
a group of related organisms tat share a distinctive set of a…
Origin of Species and Macroevolution Chapter 25
Species
Subspecies
How are species established?
Morphological Traits
A group of related organisms that share a distinctive set of…
When two or more geographically restricted groups of the same…
Morphological traits, the ability to interbreed, molecular fe…
Physical characteristics, organisms are classified as the sam…
Species
A group of related organisms that share a distinctive set of…
Subspecies
When two or more geographically restricted groups of the same…
Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
Characteristics used to classify species
Biological Species Concept
Evolutionary Lineage Concept
Ecological Species Concept
morphological traits, reproductive iso, molecular features, a…
uses reproductive isolation to define species
uses common ancestry to define species
uses habitat and role in environment to define species
Characteristics used to classify species
morphological traits, reproductive iso, molecular features, a…
Biological Species Concept
uses reproductive isolation to define species
Chapter 25- Origin of Species & Macroevolution
Macroevolution
Species
Speciation
Subspecies
Evolutionary changes that create new species and group of spe…
A group of related organisms that share a distinctive form in…
The form of new species
A subdivision of a species; this designation is used when two…
Macroevolution
Evolutionary changes that create new species and group of spe…
Species
A group of related organisms that share a distinctive form in…
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Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
Allopatric speciation
Adaptive radiation
Sympatric speciation
Polyploidy
Gene flow is interrupted or reduced when a population is divi…
Single species evolved into array of descendants that differs…
Occurs when members of a species that are within the same ran…
Organism has two or more sets of chromosomes
Allopatric speciation
Gene flow is interrupted or reduced when a population is divi…
Adaptive radiation
Single species evolved into array of descendants that differs…
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Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
species
macroevolution
differentiating between species
morphological traits
group of organisms that maintains a distinctive set of attrib…
creates new species/ groups of species
use: morphological traits, ability to interbreed, molecular f…
based on physical characteristics; drawbacks include how many…
species
group of organisms that maintains a distinctive set of attrib…
macroevolution
creates new species/ groups of species
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Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
macroevolution
Morphological traits... Reproductive isol…
Morphological traits
Reproductive isolation
Evolutionary changes that result in the formation of new spec…
What factors are considered when deciding whether two organis…
how similar the organisms are in structure and appearance:
whether or not two organisms can interbreed to produce viable…
macroevolution
Evolutionary changes that result in the formation of new spec…
Morphological traits... Reproductive isol…
What factors are considered when deciding whether two organis…
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Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
What is macroevolution?
What factors are considered when decid…
Over time, how does reproductive isola…
What is a prezygotic barrier that prom…
Evolutionary changes that result in the formation of new spec…
Morphological traits: how similar the organisms are in struct…
If two populations of organisms become reproductively isolate…
A prezygotic barrier is a barrier that prevents the formation…
What is macroevolution?
Evolutionary changes that result in the formation of new spec…
What factors are considered when decid…
Morphological traits: how similar the organisms are in struct…
chapter 25: origin of species and macroevolution
evolutionary changes that produce a ne…
group of related organisms that share…
geographically distinct groups of the…
many _______ have been characterized u…
macroevolution
species
sub-species
bacterial species
evolutionary changes that produce a ne…
macroevolution
group of related organisms that share…
species
Biology 1134: Chapter 25- Origins of Species and Macroevolution
macroevolution
species
speciation
characteristics used by biologists
the study of evolutionary changes that create new species and…
a group of related organisms that share a distinctive set of…
the process of generating a new species
morphological traits, reproductive isolation, molecular featu…
macroevolution
the study of evolutionary changes that create new species and…
species
a group of related organisms that share a distinctive set of…
33 terms
Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
What is macroevolution?
What factors are considered when decid…
What are Morphological traits?
What is reproductive isolation?
Evolutionary changes that result in the formation of new spec…
Morphological Traits, Reproductive Isolation, Molecular Trait…
How similar the organisms are in structure and appearance.
Whether or not two organisms can interbreed to produce viable…
What is macroevolution?
Evolutionary changes that result in the formation of new spec…
What factors are considered when decid…
Morphological Traits, Reproductive Isolation, Molecular Trait…
Biology Chapter 25- Origin of Species and Macroevolution
macroevolution
species
morphological traits
reproductive isolation
evolutionary changes creating new species and groups of speci…
a group of organisms that maintains a distinctive set of attr…
physical characteristics
inability to breed in nature, used to distinguish many sexual…
macroevolution
evolutionary changes creating new species and groups of speci…
species
a group of organisms that maintains a distinctive set of attr…
Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
Macroevolution
Species
Characteristics Used to Distinguish Sp…
Morphological Traits
evolutionary changes creating new species and groups of species
a group of organisms that maintains a distinctive set of attr…
...
physical characteristics... drawbacks:... -how dissimilar must trai…
Macroevolution
evolutionary changes creating new species and groups of species
Species
a group of organisms that maintains a distinctive set of attr…
14 terms
Origin of Species and Macroevolution Chapter 25
Macroevolution
Species
Speciation
Subspecies
Evolutionary changes that produce new species and groups of s…
A group of related organisms that share a distinctive set of…
An evolutionary process by which reproductively isolated biol…
When two or more geographically restricted groups of the same…
Macroevolution
Evolutionary changes that produce new species and groups of s…
Species
A group of related organisms that share a distinctive set of…
Biology II Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
Macroevolution
Species
Evolutionary Lineage Concept
Ecological Species Concept
Large scale evolutionary change, leading to new speices
A group of organisms that maintain a distinctive set of attri…
Categorize species based on family trees
Categorize species based on role in environment
Macroevolution
Large scale evolutionary change, leading to new speices
Species
A group of organisms that maintain a distinctive set of attri…
25 terms
Bio 2 Chapter 25 Origin of Species and Macroevolution
macroevolution
speciation
subspecies
ecotypes
Evolutionary changes that create new species and groups of sp…
The formation of new species.
A subdivision of a species; this designation is used when two…
Genetically distinct populations adapted to their local envir…
macroevolution
Evolutionary changes that create new species and groups of sp…
speciation
The formation of new species.
22 terms
Chapter 25 Origin of Species and Macroevolution
Macroevolution
Species
Sub-species
Morphological traits
evolutionary changes that produce a new species or group of s…
group of related organisms that share distinctive characteris…
geographically distinct groups of the same species that have…
how similar two organisms look
Macroevolution
evolutionary changes that produce a new species or group of s…
Species
group of related organisms that share distinctive characteris…
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Chapter 25 - Origin of Species and Macroevolution
Macroevolution is
Evolution on a grand scale:
A species is
Speciation is
the study of evolutionary changees that create new species an…
concerns the diversity of the organisms established over long…
aa group of related organisms that share a distinctive set of…
the process of generating a new species
Macroevolution is
the study of evolutionary changees that create new species an…
Evolution on a grand scale:
concerns the diversity of the organisms established over long…
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Chapter 25 Terms: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
Macroevolution
Species
Speciation
Subspecies
Evolutionary changes that produce new species and groups of s…
A group of related organisms that share a distinctive set of…
Formation of new species (1.4 million estimated on earth)
When two or more geographically restricted groups of the same…
Macroevolution
Evolutionary changes that produce new species and groups of s…
Species
A group of related organisms that share a distinctive set of…
23 terms
Biology II Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
Macroevolution
Species
Evolutionary Lineage Concept
Ecological Species Concept
Large scale evolutionary change, leading to new speices
A group of organisms that maintain a distinctive set of attri…
Categorize species based on family trees
Categorize species based on role in environment
Macroevolution
Large scale evolutionary change, leading to new speices
Species
A group of organisms that maintain a distinctive set of attri…
32 terms
Chapter 25 Origin of Species and Macroevolution
Macroevolution
Species
Sub-Species
Short time
evolutionary changes that create new species and groups of sp…
a group of organisms that maintains a distinctive set of attr…
geographically distinct groups of the same species that have…
likely to be similar and considered the same species
Macroevolution
evolutionary changes that create new species and groups of sp…
Species
a group of organisms that maintains a distinctive set of attr…
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BIO- Chapter 25 Origin of Species and Macroevolution
Origin of Species
macroevolution is the study of evoluti…
evolution on a grand scale: concerns t…
members have the potential to interbre…
...
macroevolution generally refers to evolution above the specie…
a species is a group of related organisms that share a distin…
speciation is the process of generating a new species
Origin of Species
...
macroevolution is the study of evoluti…
macroevolution generally refers to evolution above the specie…
Biology 225 Chapter 25 Origin of Species and Macroevolution Dr. Sattler
species
morphology has been used but some spec…
in the late 1920s Theodosius Dobzhansk…
SPECIES CONCEPTS
-it is difficult to define species since they are so varied... -…
similar
many species (bacteria, plants, and fungi) do not reproduce s…
-biological species concept... -evolutionary linage concept... -eco…
species
-it is difficult to define species since they are so varied... -…
morphology has been used but some spec…
similar
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Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
What occurs when a species distributed…
Usually results from gene flow between…
What is an example of clinal variation?
Three most common species concepts:
Clinal variation
Clinal variation
Yarrow plants in Sierra Nevada
Morphological species concept, Biological species concept, an…
What occurs when a species distributed…
Clinal variation
Usually results from gene flow between…
Clinal variation
Biology Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution
What is macroevolution?
What factors are considered when decid…
Over time, how does reproductive isola…
What is a prezygotic barrier that prom…
Evolutionary changes that result in the formation of new spec…
Morphological traits: how similar the organisms are in struct…
If two populations of organisms become reproductively isolate…
A prezygotic barrier is a barrier that prevents the formation…
What is macroevolution?
Evolutionary changes that result in the formation of new spec…
What factors are considered when decid…
Morphological traits: how similar the organisms are in struct…
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Chapter 25: Origin of Species and Macroevolution Study Question Solutions
What is macroevolution?
What factors are considered when decid…
What are Morphological traits
What is reproductive isolation
Evolutionary changes that result in the formation of new spec…
Morphological traits... Reproductive isolation... Molecular traits…
how similar the organisms are in structure and appearance.
whether or not two organisms can interbreed
What is macroevolution?
Evolutionary changes that result in the formation of new spec…
What factors are considered when decid…
Morphological traits... Reproductive isolation... Molecular traits…
Bio 113 Chapter 25 - Origin of Species and Macro Evolution
Macroevolution
species
Subspecies
bacterial species subdivided into
creation of new species
group with distinctive attributes
somewhat different but not enough to be an actual new species…
ecotypes
Macroevolution
creation of new species
species
group with distinctive attributes
Campbell Biology Chapter 25 and 26
Eras
Cambrian Radiation
Permian Crisis
Cretaceous Extinction
The boundaries of the geological time .
544 million years ago; ... Abrupt origin of most animal phyla.
245 million years ago; ... 52% of Families were lost: infer that…
65 million years ago;... 11% of marine families, last of the din…
Eras
The boundaries of the geological time .
Cambrian Radiation
544 million years ago; ... Abrupt origin of most animal phyla.
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World History Chapter 25 Review
Kyoto
greenhouse effect
Bhopal
sustainable development
site of conference on global warming
global warming caused by a buildup of carbon dioxide in the a…
site of 1984 Indian chemical disaster
satisfaction of basic needs for current and future generations
Kyoto
site of conference on global warming
greenhouse effect
global warming caused by a buildup of carbon dioxide in the a…
Campbell Biology Chapter 25
Eras
Cambrian Radiation
Permian Crisis
Cretaceous Extinction
The boundaries of the geological time .
544 million years ago; ... Abrupt origin of most animal phyla.
245 million years ago; ... 52% of Families were lost: infer that…
65 million years ago;... 11% of marine families, last of the din…
Eras
The boundaries of the geological time .
Cambrian Radiation
544 million years ago; ... Abrupt origin of most animal phyla.
Chapter 25
Phylogeny
phylogenetic tree
tree of life
branch
the evolutionary history of a group of organisms
a graphical summary of the evolutionary history of a group of…
the most universal phylogenetic tree ... - depicts evolutionary…
a population through time
Phylogeny
the evolutionary history of a group of organisms
phylogenetic tree
a graphical summary of the evolutionary history of a group of…
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Chapter 25
Phylogeny
Systematics
Homology
Analogy
Evolutionary history of a group of organisms
A scientific discipline focused on classifying organisms and…
Similarity in characteristics resulting from a shared ancestry.
Similarity in characteristics resulting from convergent evolu…
Phylogeny
Evolutionary history of a group of organisms
Systematics
A scientific discipline focused on classifying organisms and…
Chapter 25
Protocells
Hydrothermal vents
Alkaline vents
radiometric dating
droplets with membranes that maintained an internal chemistry…
spots on the ocean floor where hot gases and minerals escape…
deep sea vents that release water that has a high pH (9-11) a…
the process of measuring the absolute age of geologic materia…
Protocells
droplets with membranes that maintained an internal chemistry…
Hydrothermal vents
spots on the ocean floor where hot gases and minerals escape…
Chapter 25
Phylogeny
Taxonomy
Binomial nomenclature
Division of binomial nomenclature
Evolutionary history of a species or group of species
Scientific classification
Ex: Panthera Pardus, genus, species.
Family, orders, classes, phyla, domains... DKPCOFGS
Phylogeny
Evolutionary history of a species or group of species
Taxonomy
Scientific classification
Chapter 25
II, III, I, IV
a surrounding membrane or membrane-lik…
self-replicating RNA molecules
How did RNA sequences come to carry th…
Which of the following is the correct sequence of events in t…
Which of the following is a defining characteristic that all…
The first genetic material on Earth was probably _____.
Several scientific laboratories across the globe are involved…
II, III, I, IV
Which of the following is the correct sequence of events in t…
a surrounding membrane or membrane-lik…
Which of the following is a defining characteristic that all…
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Chapter 25
anthropocentric
biocentric
environmental ethics
environmental movement
Human-centered, in sustainable development, anthropocentric r…
a worldview that considers human beings to be just one of man…
Human beliefs about what is right or wrong with how we treat…
movement geared towards protecting the environment and conser…
anthropocentric
Human-centered, in sustainable development, anthropocentric r…
biocentric
a worldview that considers human beings to be just one of man…
Chapter 24: The Origin of Species/ Chapter 25: The History of Life on Earth
Speciation
What is the difference between micro a…
Using the biological concept what is t…
What is required in the formation of n…
The process by which one species splits into two or more spec…
Microevolution is the change in allele frequencies over time…
A group or population who's members have the potential to int…
Reproductive isolation
Speciation
The process by which one species splits into two or more spec…
What is the difference between micro a…
Microevolution is the change in allele frequencies over time…
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Chapter 25 Vocab
population
gene pool
Hardy-Weinberg Principle
genetic variation
a group of individuals of the same species living in the same…
all of the alleles of all of the genes in a certain population
a principle of population genetics stating that genotype freq…
(1) the number and relative frequency of alleles present in a…
population
a group of individuals of the same species living in the same…
gene pool
all of the alleles of all of the genes in a certain population
17 terms
Campbell Biology Chapter 25
Eras
Precambrian
Paleozoic
Mesozoic
The boundaries of the geological time .
4,600-540 million years ago
543-245 million years ago, Cambrian radiation to Permian ext…
245-65 million years ago, Permian extinction to KT extinction.
Eras
The boundaries of the geological time .
Precambrian
4,600-540 million years ago
Modern Biology Chapter 25
Protist
binary fission
Multiple Fission
Conjugation
Organisms that generally do not fit in any other kingdom.
A single protist cell divides into two cells.
A form of cell division that produces more than two offspring.
How protists reproduce sexually.
Protist
Organisms that generally do not fit in any other kingdom.
binary fission
A single protist cell divides into two cells.
Chapter 25 Science Vocab
Biotic
Biotic
Abiotic
Abiotic
Living
A biotic living creature would be a example of a monkey.
Non-living
All the abiotic but its not living it makes us live.
Biotic
Living
Biotic
A biotic living creature would be a example of a monkey.
AP Bio Chapter 25
Macroevolution
Early Earth Atomsphere
Miller Urey Experiment
Heterotroph Hypothesis
The broad pattern of evolutionary change on the species level
1. Mainly CO2, but also Nitrogen, Ammonia, Sulfur Dioxide, Hy…
Made amino acids but it takes too many to make life
theory that states that the first cell on Earth were anaerobi…
Macroevolution
The broad pattern of evolutionary change on the species level
Early Earth Atomsphere
1. Mainly CO2, but also Nitrogen, Ammonia, Sulfur Dioxide, Hy…
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