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Evolution. EVOLUTION. Theory, which means: based on fact, but not proven. EVOLUTION. 3.5- 3.9 billion years ago, first organisms appeared probably prokaryotes; one celled without a nucleus eventually mutations occurred that formed eukaryotes one celled organisms with a nucleus.

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Evolution1
EVOLUTION

  • Theory, which means: based on fact, but not proven


Evolution2
EVOLUTION

  • 3.5- 3.9 billion years ago, first organisms appeared

  • probably prokaryotes; one celled without a nucleus

  • eventually mutations occurred that formed eukaryotes

  • one celled organisms with a nucleus.


Fossil evidence
Fossil evidence

  • evidence of plants and animals that used to live

  • found in sedimentary rock

  • relative dating: the oldest is on the bottom layer, the newest fossil is on the top layer


Radiometric dating
radiometric dating

  • using radioactive isotopes to find age of fossils


Mass extinction
mass extinction

  • when many organisms stop existing all at the same time


Extinction
Extinction

  • Give a possible reason this species died out


Reasons may include
Reasons may include

  • Loss of food

  • Loss of habitat (change in shelter or protection)

  • Increased predation

  • Sudden Climate change

Scientific name:

Smilodon


Evolutionary relationships
Evolutionary relationships

  • This diagram illustrates a proposed evolutionary path for certain organisms.

  • 2 organisms that will probably have the greatest similarity of DNA base sequences are

  • H and J




The technique in use today that will speed up the evolution of a species
The technique in use today that will speed up the evolution of a species

  • is genetic engineering because DNA is being changed in a lab, not waiting for a change to occur with normal reproduction (ex. firefly gene into mice)


Adult t cell lymphoma leukemia atll cancer
Adult T cell lymphoma leukemia (ATLL cancer) of a species

  • took a firefly glow gene inserted it into tumor cells.

  • That gene produces the enzyme luciferase in the insects which, when combined with another compound, luciferin, causes the firefly's distinctive glow.

  • The mice then received these genetically modified tumor cells and the researchers injected luciferin into the animals. Cancer cells containing the luciferase would combine with the luciferin and glow in the dark, giving the team a clear picture of the extent of disease inside the animal.

  • Then did drug studies to see what drugs worked better



Natural selection page 401
NATURAL SELECTION of a species(page 401)

  • Darwin, 1831, sailed on ship called the Beagle to the Galapagos Islands

  • Darwin knew that most species overproduce, but do not overrun their ecosystem.

  • Most species struggle to survive because of

  • Food, water

  • space

  • competition … predators


Finches
Finches of a species

  • Found that the birds on the islands were finches, but had different characteristics than the finches back in England.

  • If a species can eat, it will reproduce, therefore passing its genetic code or traits to the next generation. This is the basis for Natural Selection

  • The finches therefore had different beaks because of different food supplies


Causes of natural selection
CAUSES OF NATURAL SELECTION of a species

  • change in food, change in predator, change in climate

  • change in reproductive patterns

  • Amish exhibited higher incidence of rare alleles, after religion was established

  • Bacteria that develop penicillin resistance- rare one survives, and can reproduce. Over time, increases in population


What we are seeing now with increased drought
What we are seeing now, with increased drought of a species

  • Forest turns to desert, (desertification); insects with tan color used to be 0.5% of population,

  • now tan survives, becomes 99%,

  • green color is now 0.5%


Evidence for evolution
EVIDENCE FOR EVOLUTION of a species

  • An adaptation is any variation that allows survival

  • Usually occurs over long periods of time

  • 2 variations that help organisms include

  • Mimicry : look like dangerous organism

  • Camouflage: blend in

  • Evidence for Evolution includes Fossils


Homologous structures
Homologous structures of a species

  • structures that look similar

  • 2 examples include: whale and crocodile

  • Both have a forelimb


Vestigial structures
Vestigial Structures of a species

  • a body part with no apparent function

  • For example appendix in humans

  • eyes on blind mole-rats

get it?


Embryology
Embryology of a species

  • Embryos of different organisms develop through similar stages

  • For example tail and gill slits in human embryo


fish of a species

salamander

turtle

chicken

cow

rabbit

human

pig


Biochemistry
Biochemistry of a species

  • comparing DNA and RNA and proteins from different species.

  • all life has DNA…. That is amazing

  • And all DNA is made of sugars and phosphates with

  • Adenine, thymine, cytosine and guanine as the nitrogen bases…..wow


Other names in evolution science dudes
OTHER NAMES IN EVOLUTION of a species(Science Dudes)

  • Redi: late 1600’s- used a controlled experiment to disprove spontaneous generation, meaning organisms could just (poof!) appear from the air

  • formed theory of BIOGENESIS meaning life only comes from living creatures


Linneaus
Linneaus of a species

  • late 1700’s (time of our Revolution)

  • father of modern classification: based classification system on characteristics of the organism (shape of leaf, number of legs)


Lamarck
LaMarck of a species

  • early 1800’s

  • Scientist who thought that a trait was created by a force in nature, and could be passed to the next generation.

  • for example,

  • giraffe’s neck is long due to its need to stretch to reach the leaves.

  • if you lose an arm, your child will have a problem with its arm


Pasteur
Pasteur of a species

  • mid 1800’s-

  • proved milk goes sour because of microorganisms (bacteria), NOT because of bad spirits in the air.

  • Disproved spontaneous generation (POOF!)- Developed Pasteurization which heats and cools milk quickly to stop growth of bacteria


Work on the questions
Work on the questions of a species

  • Alone

  • By yourself


Sub stop here
Sub: stop here of a species


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