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Wednesday, November 18

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  3. page Darwins Theroy of evolution edited Toby, KK, Ciara Introduction: The The best of ... mouse in the grass. This Links: Char…
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    Eun Bi & Derek
    Looking at Eun Bi's and Derek's page, it shows how evolution has happened over the years and how animals such as whales has vestigial parts that they do not use anymore but still have because of their ancestry. Also following with similar ancestry, the picture of embryos from different animals shows that through genetic variation, adaption, and mutation shows and proves that Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection is correct since the better gene in each of the animals help keep their survival rate alive and change over the centuries.
    Evidence:
    {http://www.factmonster.com/images/ESCI329NATSEL002.gif}
    The evidence of the picture above shows that the original species of the finch had a small beak where it only was able to eat insects and nectar. As centuries pasted the finch's beak started to curve downward making the advantage for the bird to tears bark from trees. However, current finches are nectar feeders who look closely to a iiwi and that their beaks are long and curved downward suggest that Darwin's theory of natural selection made the finches advantage being able to get nectar from bark and and flowers.
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    catch prey.
    EXAMPLE:

    EXAMPLE:

    There is a community of Green and Yellow mice. The green mice are slower runners however reproduce faster whereas the yellow mice are fast runners but are slower when it comes to reproduction.The worlds fastest animal came along but the fast animals were able to outrun them and survive while the slower runners got wiped out. In the end, the Yellow mice survived longer and continued to pass down the strong genes.
    Annotated Bibliography:
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    News Article
    Reliability: Wade, Nicholas, "Darwin, Ahead of His Time, Is Still Influential", New York Times, February 9, 2009, Accessed May 12, 2011
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    Multiple Doctors and Professors have added their thoughts and writing onto the page
    Shows pictures and evidence of Charles Darwin's notes and discoveries
    Limitations:
    Same doctor that has edited the page since 2002
    Type of Source: Refernce
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    Limitations:
    The page has not been updated since 2000
    Reasoning Paragraph:
    Darwin's theory of evolution is correct because he provides plenty of evidence supporting his claim that every living creature goes through natural selection and changes over time due to niches, survival of the fittest, and genetic variation. Natural selection is related to survival of the fittest. Organisms that can adapt to a change, or has the strongest gene would survive compared to its counterpart. Animals with the stronger gene survives longer, and passes down the strong gene to future generations giving them the advantage of living longer and keeping the better gene alive. Natural selection is a gateway to evolution ; without natural selection, evolution would not exist. Genetic variation is very important because if every organism was the same, geographic isolation would occur. That is a problem because is something bad were to happen, everything would either be wiped out or the animals would have to reproduce within themselves causing a loss of genetic variation.
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Wednesday, September 2

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    Charles Darwin's Theory of Organism Change:
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Wednesday, May 6

  1. page Darwins Theroy of evolution edited ... The evidence that the sharks in the picture above shows the evolution of the shark starting wi…
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    The evidence that the sharks in the picture above shows the evolution of the shark starting with the current great right back to the Megalodon suggest that over time the food source started to become too small for the Megalodon to be able to stay satisfied so as natural selection happened the shark grew smaller due to the environment around them helping the shark stay dominant in the sea and being able to catch prey.
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    strong genes.
    HOW MUCH WOOD COUD A WOOD CHUCK CHUCK, IF A WOOD CHUCK COULD CHUCK WOOD?
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    Type of Source: News Article
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    Emma & Jordan
    Looking at Emma's and Derek's page, the evidence from their first graph showing that natural selection is the gateway to evolution which helps by having adaptive traits and changing with the environment proves that natural selection is the passing of goo quality genes.
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    EXAMPLE:
    There is a community of Green and Yellow mice. The green mice are slower runners however reproduce faster whereas the yellow mice are fast runners but are slower when it comes to reproduction.The worlds fastest animal came along but the fast animals were able to outrun them and survive while the slower runners got wiped out. In the end, the Yellow mice survived longer and continued to pass down the strong genes.
    HOW MUCH WOOD COUD A WOOD CHUCK CHUCK, IF A WOOD CHUCK COULD CHUCK WOOD?
    SFI;JSFJ;ASLDJFASKLDFJSALKJFS
    FJS;OFJAS'FJ;ASFJ;SLKJFSK;LADJFKLSFJSLF

    Annotated Bibliography:
    Type of Source: News Article
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    Same doctor that has edited the page since 2002
    Type of Source: Refernce
    Reliability:
    Sue Asscher/Brian Baggin, "The Origin of Species", 6th London Edition (1872), 2000, May 13, 2011, http://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/darwin/works/origins/index.htm
    Strength:
    Summaries each summary of the chapters Charles Darwin wrote back in the 1800's
    Gives every detail of his experiment and findings
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Thursday, February 28

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Tuesday, December 11

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Friday, December 7

  1. page Emma&Jordan. Darwin's Theory edited Biology Reasoning Prompt: What research evidence did Darwin draw his ideas from? What proof can…

    Biology Reasoning
    Prompt: What research evidence did Darwin draw his ideas from? What proof can be offered to someone learning about natural selection for the first time?
    Introduction: Charles Darwin simply brought something new to the old philosophy -- a plausible mechanism called "natural selection." Natural Selection is basically the passing of traits. Depending on the population of the species and the effects the environment has, will factor how the species will adapt or not. With this, a less productive species will gradually eliminate over time. Behavior can also be shaped by natural selection.
    Example: Behaviors such as birds' mating rituals, bees' wiggle dance, and humans' capacity to learn language also have genetic mechanisms and are subject to natural selection.
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  2. page Emma&Jordan. Darwin's Theory edited Jordan GilChrist and Emma Bolinger Period. 3, Biology Biology Reasoning Prompt: What researc…

    Jordan GilChrist and Emma Bolinger
    Period. 3, Biology
    Biology Reasoning
    Prompt: What research evidence did Darwin draw his ideas from? What proof can be offered to someone learning about natural selection for the first time?
    Introduction: Charles Darwin simply brought something new to the old philosophy -- a plausible mechanism called "natural selection." Natural Selection is basically the passing of traits. Depending on the population of the species and the effects the environment has, will factor how the species will adapt or not. With this, a less productive species will gradually eliminate over time. Behavior can also be shaped by natural selection.
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    The evolution of Ape to man has happened over time and has been a beneficial thing for everyone. Natural Selection was apart of this and Charles Darwin saw the advancements we were making.
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    of Natural Selection
    The Origins of Species Eun Bi & Derek:
    The page cited has similar arguments on the subject of Natural Selection
    Selection.
    Stages/Kinds of Natural Selection:
    Stabilizing: Average organisms that survive.
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    Fossils: remains of long dead organisms.
    Embryology: the study of embryos the earliest stage of babies
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    our babies
    Biochemistry:

    Biochemistry:
    The study of small molecules
    Sources Used:
    -http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/article/evo_25
    -http://www.globalchange.umich.edu/globalchange1/current/lectures/selection/selection.html
    -http://www.natural-selection.org/
    -http://anthro.palomar.edu/evolve/evolve_2.htm
    -http://faculty.clintoncc.suny.edu/faculty/michael.gregory/files/bio%20101/bio%20101%20lectures/Natural%20Selection/natural.htm
    -http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/natural-selection
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    THANK YOU!
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