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Charles Darwin and The Galapagos: Birthplace of Evolutionary Theory

Charles Darwin and The Galapagos: Birthplace of Evolutionary Theory | Biology | Scoop.it
The Galapagos Islands are the birthplace of Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection. How do anthropologists study the 'survival of the fittest?'

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Today we will be discussing this scoop I have selected for you to create a concept of what natural selection is and how it first was discovered, this will be our starting point on moving toward understanding the evolution of man.

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Biomolecules Part 1: Intro, Carbohydrates, and Lipids

Biology, biochemistry, AP Biology, biomolecules, carbohydrates, lipids, sugars, dehydration synthesis, hydrolysis, fatty acids.
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mRNA Translation (Basic)

Originally created for DNA Interactive ( http://www.dnai.org ). TRANSCRIPT: When the RNA copy is complete, it snakes out into the outer part of the cell. The...
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Darwin: Who Wants to Live a Million Years?: Science Channel

Learn about Darwin's theory of natural selection and see if you can create a species that will survive one million years.

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After exploring all the tabs in this site and participating in the activities it provides I would like you all to consider these two questions.

1. Relate Darwin's finches and the changes he noted and apply the same theory of natural selection to humans, does this apply to us since we are the creators of our own environments how would we change?

 

2. If we create our own environment what dangers could this pose for the rest of the plant, how does our foot print affect the other animals around us and their evolution?

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A new leaf turns in carbon science (Media Release)

A new leaf turns in carbon science (Media Release) | Biology | Scoop.it
A new insight into global photosynthesis, the chemical process governing how ocean and land plants absorb and release carbon dioxide, has been revealed in research that will assist scientists to more accurately assess future climate change.

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