Chapter 24 - Biology - "Origin Of Species"

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Biology Chapter 24


 
  
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Speciation
 
origination of a new species, shown in fossil record
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macroevolution
 
Term that means an evolutionary change above the species level, including the appearance of...
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2 Basic Patterns of Evolutionary Change
 
Anagenesis and Cladogenesis
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Anagenesis
 
(Strictly Phyletic evolution, meaning it can only apply to one species) An accumulation of...
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Cladogenesis
 
(Branching evolution, meaning it can promote biodiversity by increasing the number of species)...
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Biological Species Concept
 
Follows Ersnt Mayr's definition of "a population or group of populations whose members have...
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Types of Reproductive Isolation
 
Prezygotic and Postzygotic Barriers make this up.
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Reproductive Isolation
 
Occurs when the existence of biological factors impede individuals from two different species...
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Prezygotic Barriers
 
Impede mating between species or hinder fertilization of ova if species do mate. 
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Types of Prezygotic Barriers: pre-mating
 
Temporal, Habitat, Behavioral 
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Types of Prezygotic Barriers: pre-fertilization
 
Mechanical and Gametic
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Habitat isolation
 
Type of prezygotic barrier occurs before mating when two species that occupy different habitats...
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Temporal Isolation
 
Type of prezygotic barrier that occurs before mating attempt when species that breed during...
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Behavioral Isolation
 
Type of prezygotic barrier that occurs before mating attempt because courtship rituals that...
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Mehcanical Isolation
 
Type of prezygotic barrier occurs after mating attempt when morphological differences between...
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Gametic Isolation
 
Type of prezygotic barrier occurs after mating attempt when sperm of one species may not be...
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Types of postzygotic barriers
 
reduced hybrid viability, reduced hybrid fertility, and reduced hybrid breakdown. 
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Reduced Hybrid Viability
 
Postzygotic barrier that occurs when the genes of different parent species may interact in...
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Reduced hybrid fertility
 
Postzygotic barrier that occurs when the chromosomes of the two parent species differ in number...
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Reduced hybrid breakdown
 
Postzygotic barrier that occurs because some first generation hybrids are viable and fertile,...
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Postzygotic Barriers 
 
if sperm from one species does overcome prezygotic barriers, these often prevent the hybrid...
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Limitations of Biological Species Concept.
 
These include fossils, asexual organisms, organisms that produce viable hybrids, and organisms...
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Morphological Species Concept
 
This classification system characterizes body shape, size, and other structural features. It...
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Paleontological Species Concept
 
This classification system focuses on morphologically discrete species only from fossil record,...
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Ecological Species concept
 
This classification system views a species based on its ecological role, like its diet, and...
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Phylogenetic Species Concept
 
This classification system uses organisms with a unique genetic history, and traces physical...
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Allopatric Speciation
 
When gene flow is interrupted when a population is divided into geographically isolated populations....
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Sympatric Speciation
 
This takes place in geographically overlapping populations and includes chromosomal changes...
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Polyploidy
 
A condition where some plant species have their origins in accidents during cell division that...
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Autopolyploidy
 
When an individual that has more than 2 sets of chromosomes that are all derived from a single...
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Allopolyploidy
 
A fertile polyploid of this sort represents a new species because it cannot mate with the parent....
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Adaptive radiation
 
The evolution of many diversely adapted species from a common ancestor upon introduction to...
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Punctuated equilibrium
 
The fossil record includes many episodes of species appearing in a stratum, remaining unchanged,...
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Evolutionary novelties
 
These are when occasional major morphological transformation occurs from simple basic versions...
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Exaptations
 
These are structures that evolve in one context but become co-opted for another
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Heterochrony
 
An evolutionary change in the rate or timing of developmental events; for example: an organism's...
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Allometric Growth
 
Proportioning that helps give a body part its specific form. Example: most salamanders live...
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Paedomorphosis
 
This condition occurs when reproductive development accelerates compared to nonreproductive...
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Homoectic genes
 
These determine spatial organization or placement of parts on a body
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Hox genes
 
These are a class of homoectic genes thats provide positional information in an animal embryo...
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pluralistic species concept
 
This classification system is focused on how a scientist can apply a different concept based...
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Microevolution
 
Changes in allele frequency from one generation to the next.
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Novel features
 
arise by modifications of existing structures
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Sexual Selection
 
leads to sympatric speciation in animals


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