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Weekly Agenda Template - Instructor needs to edit

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    184371
  • Week 13 ~ X/X-X/X
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    Objectives

    • Identify sources of genetic variation
    • Describe how natural selection acts on the distribution of traits in a population
    • Explain how gene flow, genetic drift and sexual selection can lead to the evolution of populations
    • Identify the conditions that define Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium
    • Describe how populations can become isolated
    • Explain how isolation of populations can lead to speciation

    Video Introduction - Watch this!

     

    Assignment Checklist:
    (these are the assignments you must turn in)

    • 13.01
    • 13.02
    • 13.03
    • 13.04
    • 13.05

    Vocabulary

    • population
    • mutation
    • recombination
    • hybridization
    • directional selection
    • stabilizing selection
    • disruptive selection
    • gene flow
    • genetic drift
    • bottleneck effect
    • founder effect
    • sexual selection
    • Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium
    • speciation
    • reproductive isolation
    • behavioral isolation
    • geographic isolation
    • temporal isolation
    • convergent evolution
    • divergent evolution
    • coevolution
    • extinct
    • background extinction
    • mass extinction
    • microevolution
    • macroevolution

    Schedule (you may work ahead of schedule)

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