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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Chapter 11 Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 Section 4 Section 5 Section 6 GenePool AlleleFrequency Normal Distribution Microevolution Directional Selection Stabilizing Selection DisruptiveSelection GeneFlow Genetic Drift Bottleneck Effect Founder Effect SexualSelection Hardy- WeinbergEquilibrium Reproductive Isolation Speciation Behavioral Isolation Geographic Isolation Temporal Isolation Convergent Evolution Divergent Evolution Coevolution Extinction Punctuated Eqilibrium AdaptiveRadiation The Evolution of Populations The combined allels of all of the individuals in a population A measure of how common a certain allele is in the population Condition in which a population's allelefrequencies for a given trait do not change from generation to generation Evolution toward similar characterisicsis unreleted species, resulting from adaptions to similar environmental conditions Evolution of one or more closely related species into different species resulting from adaptions to different environmental conditions Process in which two or morespecies evolve in responseto changes in each other Elimination of a species from earth Theory that states that speciationoccurs suddenly and rapidly followedby long periods of little evolutionary change Procces by which one species evolves and gives rise to many descendants species that occupy different ecological niches Final stage of speciation, in which members of isolated populations are no long able to mate Evolution of two or more species from one ancestral species Isolation between populations due to differencesin courtship or mating behavior. Isolation between people due to physical barriers Isolation between populations due to barriersrelated in the time Selection in which certain traits enhance matingsuccess in their traits which get passed down to the offspring Genetic drift that occurs aftera small number of individuals colonize a new area Genetic drift that results from an event that drastically reducesthe size of a population Change in allele frequenciesdue to chance alone, occuring most commonly in small populations Physical movement of allelesfrom one population to another Pathway of natural selection in which two opposites,but equally uncommon phenotypes are selectedover the most common phenotypes. Pathway of natural selection in which intermediate phenotypes are selected over phenotypes of both extremes
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