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Caterpillars. Speciation: An Illustrated Introduction. Unusual Fish that 'Walks' Holds Clues to Animal Evolution. An unusual species of fish that can walk and breathe air shows that these animals may be more capable of adapting to life on land than previously thought, researchers say.
The new findings may help explain how the ancient fish ancestors of humans colonized the land, the researchers said. Evolution: Videos for Students: Evolving Ideas. Evidence-of-Evolution-Lab. Homo naledi: New species of human ancestor discovered. Berger, a professor at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, had unearthed some major finds before.
But he knew he had something big on his hands. What he didn't know at the time is that it would shake up our understanding of the progress of human evolution and even pose new questions about our identity. Two years after they were tipped off by cavers plumbing the depths of the limestone tunnels in the Rising Star Cave outside Johannesburg, Berger and his team have discovered what they say is a new addition to our family tree. The team is calling this new species of human relative "Homo naledi," and they say it appears to have buried its dead -- a behavior scientists previously thought was limited to humans. Berger's team came up with the startling theory just days after reaching the place where the fossils -- consisting of infants, children, adults and elderly individuals -- were found, in a previously isolated chamber within the cave. Almost human but not quite. Evolution. Meet the Grolar Bear - Pacific Standard. I thought it was a joke when I first heard about it two or three years ago: a bear that was part-grizzly, part-polar bear, roaming the land where tundra meets sea ice?
People called it the grolar bear, I was told, or sometimes the pizzly bear. Pizzly bear? I thought at the time. Come on. But the hybrid is very real. “We’ve known for decades that, in captivity, grizzly bears and polar bears will hybridize and in fact produce fertile offspring,” says Dr. These days, Kelly is the chief scientist and director of conservation research at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. “It’s important to recognize that polar bears branched off of grizzly bears rather recently in evolutionary terms,” Kelly says, “and when a species splits into two it doesn’t happen overnight. Dp.davincischools.org/teacher/eadabale/files/2013/08/Evidence-of-Evolution-Embryology-Worksheet.pdf.
Silva.episd.org/common/pages/DisplayFile.aspx?itemId=1874078. Diseases - Manual - Activity 3, page 1. At a Glance Focus: Students investigate the growth of bacteria in the presence of antibiotics and use the results to explain a case of antibiotic-resistant tuberculosis, presented in an Internet-based interview.
Major Concepts: The re-emergence of some diseases can be explained by evolution of the infectious agent (for example, mutations in bacterial genes that confer resistance to antibiotics used to treat the diseases). Objectives: After completing this activity, students will be able to explain how antibiotic treatment results in populations of bacteria that are largely resistant to the antibiotic and describe inappropriate and/or questionable uses of antibiotics.
Prerequisite Knowledge: Students should be familiar with bacterial growth and with evolution by natural selection. Introduction In 1943, penicillin was introduced as the "magic bullet" for curing many infectious diseases. Pepper Moths - Home. Biology Corner Evolution page. LAB_Evidence_of_Evolution. Becoming Human PBS Video question. LabBench. Hardy-Weinberg. The Hardy-Weinberg formulas allow scientists to determine whether evolution has occurred.
9-12 teachers' lounge. Teaching materials : 9-12 teachers' lounge :Identify your learning goals At the end of the school year, there are certain conceptual understandings that we want our students to have.
Achieving these learning goals lays the groundwork for more sophisticated understandings as students proceed through their learning experiences. Visualizing life on Earth: data interpretation in evolution. Visualizing life on Earth: data interpretation in evolution by the Understanding Evolution team This pattern might seem obvious.