ANT 202 ANT202 Week 1 Laboratory Natural Selection - Ashford
Ashford ANT 202 Week 1 Laboratory Natural Selection
Natural Selection. Due by Day 7. When accessing the lab materials, be sure continue to add notes in your Weekly Study Field Notes document for the week, adding any important information you would like learn. Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to complete your lab portion of the course and do not wait until the last day of the week! The interactive lab works best using Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer as browsers.
1.Identify the types of variation in this beetle population, and which beetles were selected for (natural selection is acting in their favor), and which were selected against(natural selection is acting against their favor) in the space below. Explain how you made this determination.
2.Determine which beetle type is most fit in its environment, and explain your choice using what you know about natural selection in the space below.
3.Predict how the beetle population will change over time, and explain how natural selection is working in this population of beetles in the space below.
1.Identify which mice were selected for, and which were selected against, and explain your choices in the space below.
2.Explain what would happen if the environment were to change, becoming warmer, and the snow melted in the space below. Describe how this would change which mice were selected for and against.
3.Predict how the mouse population will change over time, and explain how natural selection is acting on that population in the space below.
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