How do populations change over time?
- Graphically, verbally, or quantitatively describe a population over time.
- Identify and test a hypothesis about how a population will respond to perturbation.
- Create a model explaining how populations become better adapted to their environment.
- Design an experiment to evaluate the competing hypothesis that a population in a new habitat is under selection or experiencing acclimatization.
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- A Quick and Simple Natural Selection Role Play
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- An active-learning lesson that targets student understanding of population growth in ecology
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- Life Is Just a Game: An Active Learning Activity to Teach Life History Evolution
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- What is Speciation, How Does It Occur, and Why Is It Important for Conservation?