evolution overview evidence for evolution a. biogeography geographical distribution of species evidence for evolution b. fossil record evolutionary transitions new forms
1. early whales 1) maiacetus time period : 49 - 40 millon years ago maiacetus probably spent much of its life in the water , returning to land only to mate and give birth.
10.4- evidence of evolution evidence of evolution target #9- i can identify the five types of evidence for evolution evidence for evolution came through fossils, biogeography,
slide 1 evidence for evolution slide 2 types of evidence for evolution 1.fossil record (ex: horses and whales) 2.biogeography 3.comparative anatomy homologous structures
slide 1 evidence for evolution 2015 - topic 5 slide 2 evolution things to cover biogeography the fossil record comparing molecules comparing anatomy slide 3 what do you know?
slide 110.4 evidence of evolution evidence of evolution slide 2 10.4 evidence of evolution the fossil record comparing fossils with living organisms reveals a pattern of
evolution evidence the theory of evolution states that all organisms on earth have descended from a common ancestor support for evolution the fossil record (fig. 15.4 p.
biology 13.2 evidence of evolution biology 13.2 evidence of evolution evidence of evolution biology 13.2 evidence of evolution fossil records evolution have you ever looked
evidence for evolution biogeography this is the study of the geographical distribution of species, both present-day and extinct. geologically separate areas tend to be inhabited
evolution: the evidence lines of evidence: the science of evolution at the heart of evolutionary theory is the basic idea that life has existed for billions of years and
evidence for evolution evidence for evolution evolution the gradual change in the characteristics of a species over many generations evidence people still do not believe
1.evidence of evolution the fossil record, anatomy and development, biological molecules2. fossils 3. fossils 4. fossils 5. fossils 6. fossils 7. fossils what is a fossil
1. evidence for evolution (pg 4) 2. evidence for evolution (pg 4)1. fossil record: fossils show evolutionarychanges and intermediate forms 3. 2. comparative anatomy: species
1. homologous structures do similar forelimbs mean we all came from the same ancestor? 2. homologous structures evidence? diagram showing the difference in developmental
evidence of evolution fossils : preserved remains of a real organisms. a fossil is not a the actual bone, the bones get buried and mineral deposits take their place over
1. do now: 1.who is the scientist who provided evidence for evolution? 2. evolution objective: you will be able to state the types of evidence supporting evolution. 3.
evidence of evolution evidence of evolution chapter 12 geologic time scale geologic clock with events and periods by woudloper. released into public domain by the copyright
catalyst: if the answer is false, explain why. true or false. populations tend to be stable in size. true or false. all individuals in a species are exactly alike. true or
1. http://www.ipecp.ac.th/ipecp.ac.th/cgi-binn/bp1/program/chapter2/p7.html 2. homologous structureanalogous structure 3. embryo 4. fossil 5. polypeptide
evidence for evolution we have defined evolution as change over time. through his studies of lamarck and his voyages around the world, charles darwin created the theory of