A film, Mouse Natural Selection Activity are used to explain Natural Selection. Lesson contains objectives, materials, procedure, and teaching tips. There are answer keys provided for the film and Natural Selection Activity.
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Uses the symbiotic relationship between a fish and a sea cucumber to address life history, ecology and evolution of these organisms.
Covers violent behavior in primates and how this relates evolutionarily to humans. Looks at the scientific method and assumptions and prejudices people have brought to research.
Covers carnivorous sponges as a model for adaptation. Compares similar adaptations between carnivorous plants and carnivorous sponges. Looks at how sponge adaptability informs us about early life forms.
Looks at giant isopods as a vehicle to investigate conditions in the deep-sea, how these animals adapt to these conditions, and how these adaptation are similar to adaptations seen on islands.
Learn about the population status of the platypus in Australia and how they may be speciating.
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This study guide takes a look at population genetics, the Hardy-Weinberg theorem, and the forces of evolution, such as genetic drift and natural selection. It also examines how natural selection affects phenotypes.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Natural Selection.