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This is for week seven and eights test 13-14-15-16
textbook life by design, by Detwiler Mitchell, Reichenback
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BIOL 101
STUDY GUIDE QUIZ 13
Tasks
Resources
Quiz Preparation
Tasks
Life by Design
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Describe Leonardo da Vincis view of living
things and their source or origin.
List some observations Charles Darwin made
while reading and voyaging the world.
Contrast the terms microevolution and
macroevolution
Explain how Darwin interpreted the observations
he made
Describe Charles Darwins view of the species
and how whole species originated.
List some Features of Enlightenment Thinking
Describe the physical size, genome size and
medical importance of Mycoplasma genitalium
Explain how the same sequence of DNA can be
used to code for two different proteins.
Explain how M. genitalium can adhere to a
variety of different human host surfaces.
Compare alleged early earth atmospheric gases
as proposed by Miller and Urey and as
discovered on planet Venus
Ch 13.1
Life as
Ultimate
Art, text
Ch 13.1
Life as
Ultimate
Accident, text +
Figures
Ch 13.1
Life as
Ultimate
Accident, text +
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Ch 13.1
Life as
Ultimate
Accident, first
Table
Ch 13.1
Life as
Ultimate
Accident, text +
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Ch 13.1
Life as
Ultimate
Accident, second
Table
Ch 13.2
Evolutio
ns First
Goal
early text
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Ch 13.2
Evolutio
ns First
Goal
later text
+ Figures
Ch 13.2
Evolutio
ns First
Goal
late text +
Figures
Ch 13.2
Evolutio
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Starting. early
text +
Table.
Reading
Study in
module/week
Blackboard
Course Site
Presentation
Other Online Sites
Video/URL**
http://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=J9xUL5Yi_8M&list=PL2254DD3E7B28C572 (love this video)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03YKT7ytJdE (evolution here
refers to what we call micro-evolution.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBEowgSn-b0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Vkx7hNXE3Y
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaekKFqMSAk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RUanXmBQIk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZsrTID2mCs (much info on a new
satellite hoped to reveal more regarding Venus atmosphere.)
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BIOL 101
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Explain the major problem facing origin of life
speculations that involve geothermal vent
substances.
List the advantages and problems associated with
viewing RNA as the original site of information
storage in the primitive cell.
Describe the problems associated with
originating a system in which RNA bases code
for amino acids.
Restate the problem early cells would have had
in spatially placing protein products of genes so
that they function adequately within the cell.
Restate Francis Cricks theory of directed
panspermia and explain why he developed this
theory.
Describe an evolutionary model for the origin of
flight in vertebrates.
Review the component structures and their roles
in the primary flight feather.
Explain the necessity of preening behavior to the
continued ability to fly successfully.
Describe how keratin protein optimally supports
feather structure and ultimately flight.
Review the series of structures that appear during
the formation of a primary flight feather.
Describe the series of events in feather
development that results in the generation of
barbs and barbules.
List five basic evolutionary advances needed to
convert a down-like feather into a primary flight
feather.
Describe the sort of mutational changes
necessary in feather regulatory gene DNA in
order to evolve working flight feathers.
Ch 13.2
Evolutio
ns
Starting. late text
+ Figures.
Ch 13.2
Evolutio
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Highest
early
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Ch 13.2
Evolutio
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Highest
later
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Figure
Ch 13.2
Evolutio
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Final
early text
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Ch 13.2
Evolutio
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Final
early text
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Ch 13.3
The Gap
to Be
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Ch 13.3
The Gap
to Be
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Ch 13.3
The Gap
to Be
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Ch 13.3
The Gap
to Be
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Ch 13.3
The Gap
to Be
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Ch 13.3
The Gap
to Be
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Ch 13.3
The Gap
to Be
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Ch 13.3
Bridging
the Gap I:.
early text
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XotF9fzo4Vo (nice intro to what a
geothermal vent is like)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFHtVRKoaUM (ditto)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLeWh8Df3k8 (first 2.0 minutes)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ewg9kIG_8Ek (start at 1:19:00
listen to 1:23:10)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2h_z-jgovug (this gentleman restates
Cricks theory and adds some ideas of his own. (Hes wrong on junk
DNA)).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=L6kViYeDcmA&list=PL247Ji4StZuLHgtN0-xGGoZFeVEEUXJ_S
(an evolutionary story that connects fossils in a sequence, but does not
explain how mutations produced a feather.)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FNfM0AD4xk (primary flight
feather structure is covered at about 1.0 minute)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lhU-4NT3hs (view at about 3.0
minutes)
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Explain why mutational events are unlikely to
create new DNA sequences that now perform a
new needed function.
List a few research studies in which fruitless
searches for new genetic information were made.
List some new mutations needed to generate
appropriate structuring for flight feathers.
Distinguish the roles that mutation and natural
selection play in the evolutionary process.
List and describe several features of natural
selection that limit its effectiveness in preserving
new favorable mutations.
Explain what is meant by saying that natural
selection is an expensive process.
Define the phrase selection pressure and
explain the significance of variations in that
pressure.
Describe the potential effect of environmental
change on the process of natural selection.
Explain the meaning of the phrase: natural
selection is cybernetically blind.
Evaluate the naturalistic hypothesis for its value
in explaining the origins of new structures like
the flight feather.
Ch 13.3
Bridging
the Gap I:. later
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Ch 13.3
Bridging
the Gap I:. later
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Ch 13.3
Bridging
the Gap I:. late
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Ch 13.3
Bridging
the Gap
II:.
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Ch 13.3
Bridging
the Gap
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Ch 13.3
Bridging
the Gap
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Ch 13.3
Bridging
the Gap
II:.
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Ch 13.3
Bridging
the Gap
II:.
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Ch 13.3
Bridging
the Gap
II:.
late text +
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Ch 13.3
Evaluati
on of the. text
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXQWVz2YTqM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_P5YFVU6q4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fvhk4H-3Z5g (loved it!)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ewg9kIG_8Ek (17:00 through 23:00)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_P5YFVU6q4 (start at 34:25, run to
42:46
** Most videos can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/user/DrCharlesDetwiler in the Play List under their appropriate textbook chapter.
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BIOL 101
STUDY GUIDE QUIZ 14
Tasks
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Quiz Preparation
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Life by Design
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Define the phrases sedimentary rock and
index fossils.
Explain the meaning of the phrase Cambrian
Explosion.
Explain the largest problem associated with
evolving insects from sponges during a 5 million
year time period.
Describe how evolutionists have explained the
apparent Cambrian explosion.
Distinguish organs that are analogous to each
other from organs that are homologous to each
other.
Explain the meaning of the term homologous
in the context of Darwins theory.
Describe the structure and function of a
homeobox gene and its gene product.
Explain what controls whether a homeobox gene
is transcribed or not.
Describe the distribution of homeobox genes in
the living world.
Explain the challenge natural selection faces in
creating a limb for an organism.
Ch 13.4
The
Cambrian
Explosion
early
text
Ch 13.4
The
Cambrian
Explosion
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Ch 13.4
The
Cambrian
Explosion
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Ch 13.4
The
Cambrian
Explosion
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Ch 13.4
The
Evidence
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Ch 13.4
The
Evidence
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Hom..
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Ch 13.4
The
Evidence
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Hom..
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Ch 13.4
The
Evidence
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Hom..
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Ch 13.4
The
Evidence
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Hom..
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Ch 13.4
The
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Reading
Study in
module/week
Blackboard
Course Site
Presentation
Other Online Sites
Video/URL**
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqQbqpima-c (Meyer)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMdgeUlXkSQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMVBFJCqFXc
A Visit with Louis Agassiz
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKPSgFrIEU&list=PLR8eQzfCOiS2RPQAPifs6t__mIAqITpYy (natural selection
gets little help from mutation.)
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BIOL 101
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Review the problem that the Cambrian explosion
creates for the evolution of homeobox genes and
the developmental pathways they specify.
List the sorts of mutational changes required to
evolve a vertebrate fin or arm from a primitive
leg.
Describe how both the theist and the naturalist
come to the conclusion that most mutations
occurring today are harmful.
List three classes of mutations and describe the
effect each class has on the evolutionary process.
Give two possible definitions for a beneficial
mutation.
Define the phrase stabilizing selection and
describe its role in relation to mutations
occurring in a natural population.
Explain one important value that disruptive
selection can have to a natural population.
Define directional selection and explain the
effect it has on the distribution of phenotypes in
a given population.
Explain how a prolonged process of directional
selection results in population weakness and
sterility.
State a major limitation in all real natural
populations that prevents the potential power of
directional selection from being demonstrated.
List three stages of life history implied in the
early pages of the Genesis record.
for
Hom..
later text
+ Figures
Ch 13.4
The
Evidence
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Hom..
later text
+ Figures
Ch 13.4
The
Evidence
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Hom..
later text
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Ch 13.5
Mutation
s
Harm
early text
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Ch 13.5
Mutation
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Harm
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Ch 13.5
Mutation
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Harm
later text
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Ch 13.5
What
Does
Nature
Select?
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Ch 13.5
What
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Ch 13.5
What
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Ch 13.5
What
Does
Nature
Select?
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Ch 13.5
What
Does
Nature
Select?
later text
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Ch 13.5
Adding
in.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BkE0SjtQ4rU (The creators of this
video deal well with the major limitation in real populations, they then
give credit to Allah. This disappoints me, but their observations
remain valuable nonetheless.
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Explain how Romans 8 and naturalistic evolution
differ in their view of the adaptation of living
things as we go forward in time.
Explain why stabilizing selection is unable to
completely prevent genomic decline in modern
populations.
Describe how speciation can be a deteriorative
process rather than a creative one.
early text
+ Figure
Ch 13.5
Adding
in.
early text
+ Figure
Ch 13.5
Adding
in.
later text
+ Figure
Ch 13.5
Adding
in. late
text +
Figure
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hHcu8yuxgk
** Most videos can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/user/DrCharlesDetwiler in the Play List under their appropriate textbook chapter.
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