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Evolution

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BIOL 2P05 Lecture Notes - Zygote, Evolutionary Radiation, Disruptive Selection

23.2 How Do New Species Arise? Allopatric speciation requires almost complete genetic isolation • Speciation that results when a populations is divided by a physical barrier. • Is thought to be the dominant mode...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2P05
Professor Cottrel
BIOL 2P05 Lecture Notes - Introduced Species, Field Experiment, Restoration Ecology

Chapter 57 – Conservation Biology  Conservation biology – an applied scientific discipline devoted to preserving the diversity of life on Earth ■ modern conservation biology is supported by and integ...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2P05
Professor Cottrel
BIOL 2P05 Lecture Notes - Overfishing, Ecosystem Services, Soil Retrogression And Degradation

Chapter 56 – Ecosystems and Global Ecology (only 56.2, 56.4 and 56.5!!!) How Does Energy Flow Through The Global Ecosystem?  all energy utilized by organisms come from the sun  fossil fuels is based on r...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2P05
Professor Cottrel
BIOL 2P05 Lecture Notes - Trophic Level, Competitive Exclusion Principle, Interspecific Competition

CHAPTER 55- COMMUNITY ECOLOGY 55.1 WHAT ARE ECOLOGICAL COMMUNITIES • Species that live and interact in an area constitute an ecological community • Ecological communities are not assemblages of organisms that...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2P05
Professor Cottrel
BIOL 2P05 Lecture Notes - Degenerative Disease, Fetus, Object Permanence

Email UTSCnotes@gmail.com for all your exam review needs! Page 1 of 22 PSYA02 Textbook Midterm Review Notes - Chapters 10 to 13 Chapter 10: Language Speech and Comprehension • Psycholinguistics: branch of...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2P05
Professor Cottrel
BIOL 2P05 Lecture Notes - Herbaceous Plant, Body Plan, Carboniferous

Chapter 21: The History of Life on Earth 21.1 How Do Scientists Date Ancient Events? • Fossils can tell us a great deal about the body form, or morphology, of organisms that lived there long ago, as well as h...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2P05
Professor Cottrel
BIOL 2P05 Lecture Notes - Genetic Variation, Population Genetics, Sexual Selection

Chapter 22: The Mechanisms of Evolution 22.1 What Facts Form the Base of Our Understanding of Evolution? Darwin went on a 5-year-long voyage and made a lot of observations. When he returned to England, in 1836, he t...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2P05
Professor Cottrel
BIOL 2P05 Lecture Notes - Disruptive Selection, Zygote, Reproductive Isolation

Chapter 23: Species and Their Formation 23.1 What Are Species? We can recognize and identify many species by their appearance • Linnaeus described hundreds of species on the basis of their appearancemorpho...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2P05
Professor Cottrel
BIOL 2P05 Lecture Notes - Allele Frequency, Heritability, Zygosity

Misuse of Selection/Heritability Chapter 6, Page 208-210 Compulsory Sterilization • Theory of population genetics allows us predict course of evolution. • As long as we know starting allele frequencies and ge...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2P05
Professor Cottrel
BIOL 2P05 Lecture Notes - Frequency-Dependent Selection, Sexual Selection, Genotype Frequency

Mechanisms of evolutionary change 22.2 What are the Mechanisms of Evolutionary Change? Mutations generate genetic variation • Origin of genetic variation is mutation: any change in an organism’s DNA. • Mutati...

Biological Sciences
BIOL 2P05
Professor Cottrel

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