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Descent with Modification
Evolution - Species evolve from ancetral species as changes accumulate over time.
A group of individuals of the same species living in a given area.
What is the smallest unit of biological organization that can evolve?
In Darwin's theory variation is what?
What is the difference in phenotype vs genotype?
: What you can see.
: The actual genetic code.
What are genes comprised of?
What is the only source of new alleles?
What mixes the genetic material?
What are the five conditions for Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium?
Isolation from Other Populations
Large Population Size
No Natural Selection
Why can't Natural Selection produce perfection?
Organisms are locked into historical constraints.
Natural Selection can only edit variations that already exist.
Genes can have multiple effects and/or interact.
Biology Exam 1 - 2nd Lecture