Evolution, Education and Evaluation: Tree-thinking in Intro Biology. Phil Gibson OU TSI October 20, 2011. Miller, J.D., E.C. Scott, and S. Okamato. 2006. Public Acceptance of Evolution. Science . 313: 765-766. The Basic Ideas of Tree-thinking.
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“Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution." Theodosius Dobzhansky (1973)
“Nothing in evolution makes sense except in the light of phylogeny.” (Society of Systematic Biologists 2001).
“Nothing makes sense in phylogeny except in the light of DNA.” (Kalinowski et al. 2010)
BIOL 1134 Evolution, Ecology, & Diversity Acceptance of Evolution.
1. Encourage understanding and appreciation for major, modern biological thought and theories:
DNA & Genetics
Inheritance & Pedigrees
Read & Construct Trees
Concepts & Mechanisms
(Biodiversity surveys, adaptations, speciation etc.)
Pollination and Floral Evolution Selection
Australian redback spider
MATE pre-post Comparison Selection
Tree Reading Assessments Selection
MATE & TTCI Spring 2011 Selection
MATE, Natural Selection & Genetics Selection
Normalized Learning Gain Selection
All research conducted under OU IRB# 12682