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Bio Lab Quiz 1

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Positive Interdependence The belief by each individual that there is value in working with other members and that both individual learning and work products will be better as a result of collaboration
Promotive Interaction Supportive climate, give honest feedback, committed to each other as well as mutual goals, help each other overcome problems, embody respect, caring, and encouragement between individuals so all are motivated
Individual Accountability Each individual accountable for their learning and performance of team role
Group Skills Provide effective leadership, decision-making, trust-building, communication, and conflict management
Group Processing Analyzing how well your team is functioning and how well social skills are being employed, with goal of improving over time
Biological Evolution Change in the heritable characteristics of a population of organisms over the course of generations
Small scale evolution (microevolution) Change in gene frequency in a population from one generation to the next
Large scale evolution (macroevolution) The descent of different species from a common ancestor over many generations
Two things that evolution explains Unity (common ancestry) and diversity (modifications)
Theory A well-substained explanation of some aspect of the natural world that can incorporate facts, laws, inferences, and tested hypotheses
Natural Selection Individuals in a population who are better adapted for their way of life in the current environment survive to leave more offspring with their traits- favorable traits will increase in proportion over time
VISTA Useful way to remember elements of natural selection; variance, inheritance, selection, time, adaptation
Ultimate source of genetic variation Mutation
Phylogeny Evolutionary history; lines of evolutionary decent from a common ancestor
Clade A group of organisms that include a common ancestor and all the descendants of that ancestor
Monophyletic Another word for clade
Homologous Two species use a shared character because it was inherited from a common ancestor
Analogous Two species have a similar character that is not due to common ancestry
Convergent Evolution The process of similar selection pressure resulting in a similar independently evolved trait
Adaptation Only found in natural selection; populations evolve in such a way to become better suited to their environment as an advantageous trait becomes more frequent
Created by: knuepril
 

 



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