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Evolution Edition !. Volunteers?. 1 person to time and click– click when told 1 person to keep score – accurate and quick!. JEOPARDY!. LGHS Sports. School Events. LGHS Teachers. Clubs & Activities. Classes. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300.

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volunteers
Volunteers?
  • 1 person to time and click– click when told
  • 1 person to keep score – accurate and quick!
jeopardy
JEOPARDY!

LGHS Sports

School Events

LGHS Teachers

Clubs & Activities

Classes

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Final Jeopardy

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WARNINGS:
  • Ms. Minson is terrible at determining question difficulty.
  • Ms. Minsontries to be as fair as she can but is not perfect.
  • ***Members of a buzzed-in team will be called upon randomly!***
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JEOPARDY!

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Vocabulary

Selection

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Final Jeopardy

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A: This was Charles Darwin’s theory that explained how evolution occurred.

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A: This was Charles Darwin’s theory that explained how evolution occurred.

Q: What is evolution by natural selection?

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A: Darwin’s breeding of pigeons and farmers’ breeding of crops are examples of this type of selection.

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A: Darwin’s breeding of pigeons and farmers’ breeding of crops are examples of this type of selection.

Q: What is artificial selection?

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A: These are 3 examples of organisms that have been shaped by artificial selection.

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A: These are 3 examples of organisms that have been shaped by artificial selection.

Q: Your answer here!

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A: These are 3 examples of natural selection that Ms. Minson has described in class.

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A: These are 3 examples of natural selection that Ms. Minson has described in class.

Q: Your answer here!

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A: Darwin experienced artificial selection first-hand when he bred this animal for hobby.

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A: Darwin experienced artificial selection first-hand when he bred this animal for hobby.

Q: What is the pigeon?

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A: A trait that helps an organism to survive in its environment.

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A: A trait that helps an organism to survive in its environment.

Q: What is an adaptation?

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A: Similarities in the fins of whales, arms of humans, and wings of bats due to the fact that they share a common ancestor are examples of this.

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A: Similarities in the fins of whales, arms of humans, and wings of bats due to the fact that they share a common ancestor are examples of this.

Q: What are homologous features?

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A: An organism is said to have a high ________ if it has a survival or reproductive advantage.

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A: An organism is said to have a high ________ if it has a survival or reproductive advantage.

Q: What is fitness?

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A: The diminished, functionless hip bones of whales or the tailbone of humans are examples of these.

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A: The diminished, functionless hip bones of whales or the tailbone of humans are examples of these.

Q: What are vestigial structures?

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A: This is the idea that the processes that shaped the earth are still occurring, suggesting that the earth is very old.

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A: This is the idea that the processes that shaped the earth are still occurring, suggesting that the earth is very old.

Q: What is uniformitarianism?

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A: This is change over time.

Q: What is evolution?

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A: This is an animal that has been bred through artificial selection over time to give rise to the modern dog.

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A: This is an animal that has been bred through artificial selection over time to give rise to the modern dog.

Q: What is the gray wolf?

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A: Crossing-over, mutations, and segregation are all sources of this.

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A: Crossing-over, mutations, and segregation are all sources of this.

Q: What is variation?

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A: This is the scientist who suggested that organisms passed on acquired traits, that organisms wanted to be perfect, and that organisms lost traits that they did not use.

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A: This is the scientist who suggested that organisms passed on acquired traits, that organisms wanted to be perfect, and that organisms lost traits that they did not use.

Q: Who is Lamarck?

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A: This is the definition of a phylogenic tree.

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A: This is the definition of a phylogenic tree.

Q: What is a branching diagram that shows evolutionary relationships?

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A: This is the scientist who proposed uniformitarianism, giving Darwin the idea that the earth was very old, meaning that species had billions of years to slowly change over time.

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A: This is the scientist who proposed uniformitarianism, giving Darwin the idea that the earth was very old, meaning that species had billions of years to slowly change over time.

Q: Who is Lyell?

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A: These are 3 examples of acquired characteristics.

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A: These are 3 examples of acquired characteristics.

Q: Your examples here!

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A: The fossil record, comparative morphology, embryology, and biochemical.

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A: The fossil record, comparative morphology, embryology, and biochemical.

Q: What are types of evidence for evolution?

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A: This is an example of a morphological adaptation.

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A: This is an example of a morphological adaptation.

Q: Your example here!

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A: These are 3 of the types of isolation and their meaning.

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A: These are 3 of the types of isolation and their meaning.

Q: What are geographic, temporal, behavioral, mechanical, gametic…

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A: The type of adaptation seen here.

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A: The type of adaptation seen here.

Q: What is morphological?

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A: The type of adaptation seen here.

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A: The type of adaptation seen here.

Q: What is physiological?

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A: The type of adaptation seen here.

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A: The type of adaptation seen here.

Q: What is behavioral?

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Wood Frog:

Mates in Early April

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A: The type of isolation seen here.

Leopard Frog:

Mates in Late May

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Wood Frog:

Mates in Early April

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A: The type of isolation seen here.

Q: What is temporal?

Leopard Frog:

Mates in Late May

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A: The type of isolation seen here.

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A: The type of isolation seen here.

Q: What is geographic?

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Final Jeopardy!

A: These are two pieces of evidence that tells us wolves and dogs are the same species.

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Final Jeopardy!

A: These are two pieces of evidence that tells us wolves and dogs are the same species.

Q: What are they can interbreed and have extremely similar DNA?