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What does AIDS stand for?
Acquired Immune Deficency syndrome
what does HIV stand for?
Human Immunodeficiency virus
Know the basics of the human immune system.
the immune system protects the body from infection by eliminating anthing not produced by the body through an immune response
How can AIDS be treated?

What are the problems with this treatment?
Comination Drug Theropy(slows but does not cure)

It is expenxive, has bad side affects, and difficult to follow.
What is Natural Selection?
Process which indiv. with certain traits have greater survival thatn others who lack these traits(Ex:Short neck giraffe)
What does Natural Selection lead to?
Evolution
What four observations did Darwin use to come up with the theory of Natural Selection?
1. Individuals within populatons vary
2. Some of the variation among indivials can be passed to offspring.
3.Populations of organisms produce more offspring than will survive.
4. Survival and reproduction are not random
What evidence do we have for evolution?
Homology
Embryology
DNA
Fossil record
Homology
The similarity in characteristics that results from common ancestry
Embryology
the study of the development of an embryo of many different animals.