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UWBIOL 180H E R R O N, J O NSpring

BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Cenozoic, Archean, Phanerozoic

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25. 5 - tools for studying history; the fossil record: Fossil - a piece of physical evidence from an organisms that lived in the past. Fossil record- t
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BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Species Complex, Liger, Structural Level

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BIOL 180 Chapter 1: Reading 1-1

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BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Tetrapod, Genetic Distance, Paraphyly

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Bioskill 13 - reading and making phylogenetic trees: Phylogenetic trees show the hypothesized evolutionary relationships among species or other taxa. A
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BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Null Hypothesis, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Standard Deviation

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Standard error for a the mean is a quantity that indicates the uncertainty in a calculated mean (i-beams on graphs) Quanti es how con dent you are that
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BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Long Term Ecological Research Network, Flowering Plant, Proterozoic

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The two most compelling types of evolutionary events are: periods when species originate and diversify rapidly, periods when species go extinct rapidly
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BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Directional Selection, Founder Effect, Blind Luck

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Genetic drift - any change in allele frequencies in a population that is due to chance. This process causes allele frequencies drift up and down random
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BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Mountaineering, Lythrum Salicaria, Pleiotropy

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22. 5 debunking common myths about natural selection and adaptation: After more than two thousand years of belief in typological thinking , the scale o
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BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Goose Bumps, Special Creation, Georges Cuvier

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In the nineteenth century, researchers began discovering fossils bones, structures, etc, that were unlike any known animal or plant, and insisted that
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BIOL 180 Chapter 1: Reading 1-2

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BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Genotype Frequency, Allele Frequency, Null Hypothesis

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Evolution - a change in allele frequencies, and thus heritable traits, in a population over time - is driven by four processes: Natural selection incre
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