Natural selection - genetic drift and Hardy-Weinberg

Created March 2020, Offline version here
Video by Paul Anderson, also on his website Bozeman Science.

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Which of the following best defines the term evolution?
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Which of the following scenarios will evolution most likely occur in?
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Which of the following will lead to the allele frequency essentially staying the same or the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium?
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Which of the following is the correct Hardy-Weinberg equation?
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A lizard population has three tail sizes- short, medium, and long. The long tail looks like a venomous snake, so predators stay away from long tail lizards. Short and medium tail lizards become prime targets. Which type of natural selection is acting upon this particular population of lizards?
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Which of the following is true regarding genetic drift (or changes in the allele frequency in a population due to chance)?
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Which of the following is not an evidence of evolution?
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Which of the following does not support the notion that all life shares a common ancestor?
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Which of the following best describes the term ‘fitness?’
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Which describes an exotic Brazilian butterfly population that commonly displays two strikingly different color patterns?
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A population of wildflowers are found in the colors red (R), white (r), and mostly pink heterozygous (Rr). This population of wildflowers most likely displays what type of natural selection?
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Which of the following best describes why one particular Galapagos tortoise species developed a longer neck than the other Galapagos tortoise species?
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Chipmunks can be a light brown or dark brown color. Mutation in the Cp1r gene results in a dark brown color. The animal camouflages in the light and dark brown lava rock, escaping predators like snakes and owls. How will the population evolve in a light colored landscape if they lack the Cp1r gene?
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Which of the following variables in the Hardy-Weinberg equation represents the allele frequency of the recessive allele?
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Which of the following is true when comparing the originating population to the founding population?