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Theory of evolution darwin vs lamarck

Theory of Evolution:Darwin vs. Lamarck


Texas horned lizard

Texas Horned Lizard

  • Defense Behavior Adaptations

  • Its horns are extensions of its cranium and contain true bone.

  • When threatened it will puff up its body to cause its spiny scales to protrude, which makes it hard to swallow.

  • Has the ability to squirt an aimed stream of blood from the corners of it’s eyes and sometimes mouth for a distance up to 5 feet.


Objective

Objective

  • Students will be able to identify three scenarios of Darwin and Lamarck’s theory of evolution on a worksheet provided in class.

Venn Diagram

Same

Different

Different


Who is darwin and lamarck

Who is Darwin and Lamarck?

Charles Darwin

Jean-Baptiste Lamarck

Aug. 1744-Dec. 1829

French Naturalist.

Provided the first truly cohesive theory of evolution.

Remembered for his use/disuse theory of evolution.

  • Feb. 1809-April 1882

  • English Naturalist.

  • Published his theory of evolution in his book On the Origin of Species.

  • Remembered for his theory of evolution called natural selection.


Darwin s theory of evolution

Darwin’s Theory of Evolution

  • Organisms that have variation will adapt to their environment and have more offspring.

  • Offspring are born with their parents’ favorable traits and as they reproduce those traits become more dominant.

  • Inheritance

  • Variation


Lamarck s theory of evolution

Lamarck’s Theory of Evolution

  • Changes in an organism are influenced by what the organism wants or needs and then over many generations the offspring are born with these changes.

  • Individual structures (body parts) of an organism decreases in size by disuse and increases in size when used.

  • Wants and Needs

  • Use and Disuse


Darwin and lamarck agreed that

Darwin and Lamarck agreed that…

  • Organisms change to work better in their environment.

  • Organisms have evolved (changed) over time and are still evolving.


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