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  • What Role Does Transitional Fossils Play In Scientific Theory

    Evolution and the nature of science are concepts that we encounter on a daily basis. Animals, humans, and plants all rely on the biological elements on earth in order to adapt, survive, and reproduce. Scientists have discovered many evidence of the way evolution has changed throughout the years. They have discovered things such as transitional fossils, and the way some selections play a role in science. However, there is still one universal question concerning people in terms of evolutionary…

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  • Controversial Issues In Scientific Research

    For Assignment 2, I will discuss my view on controversial issues that relate to environmental ethics and religion. In the beginning, I will discuss why our current use of zoos are immoral. In addition, I will explain the history of tree hugging and the similarities between the Paganism and Islam. Following, I will have a brief discussion on weak and strong animal rights. In conclusion, I will briefly express my opinion on the topics listed above. I find the current state of zoos immoral. For…

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  • Hardy And Weinberg's Genetic Equation

    Lab 1- Hardy Weinberg Godfrey Hardy, a mathematician, and Wilhem Weinberg, a physician in Germany, formulated a probability equation about the frequencies of genes that are inheritable within a gene pool. They analyzed that the frequencies of alleles. Hardy and Weinberg made an equation about genetic variance of a population at equilibrium. They postulated that allele or genes should be stable or equal with no disturbing factors. For a generation be able to remain constant and reach the…

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  • The Adaptation Of Alfred Wallace's Evolutionary Theory

    Many people argue that behavior comes from either a person’s environment or from their biology. This can be seen in what many people know as nature versus nurture. One of the major theories that stick out in this argument is the Evolutionary Theory. Alfred Wallace was developing a theory that was just as similar to that of Charles Darwin. Variations are the key concepts that are studied in both of Wallace’s and Darwin’s. The reason this is done is, because variations help to identify why the…

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  • The Darwinian Culture

    In order to explain that culture came about by way of evolution. Dennett describes the Darwinian, Skinnerian, Popperian and Gregorian creature as a way to explain how language came about by evolution because language is the basis of culture. All species start off as Darwinian creatures. The Darwinian creature is a slave to its genes because that is what determines whether or not the species will survive in its given environment. If a species has a beneficial gene that allows them to survive…

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  • Perseverative Functional Autonomy Theory Case Study Gordon Allport

    Case Study: Allport and Monica Gordon Allport was an evolutionary scientist who explored previously untouched concepts to better understand the human condition. He developed a combination of new terminology and progressive ideas that formed the basis of his view on personality. He advanced the discontinuity theory which suggest that during development an organism experiences genuine transformations or changes (Engler, p. 239). Whether Monica of our case study would agree with this contradictory…

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  • Conservation Biology: The Story Of Genetic Diversity

    In conservation biology, genetic diversity is fundamental in understanding populations and their evolution. Conservationists analyze the individuals of a population and try to understand how such individuals may be affected by circumstances like loss of habitat, environmental changes, and exploitation, which are more often than not caused by human activities. In order to ensure the survival of many populations, researchers look at the genes and the characteristics inherited from one generation…

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  • Biological Crisis Research Paper

    6th BIOLOGICAL CRISIS WHICH MAN IS THE CAUSE ABSTRACT This article will discuss the biological crises the Earth faced since the creation of the living organisms. Then, this article will argue the reasons why human beings generated a 6th biological crisis. Finally, this article will explain what the elements of this 6th biological crisis are. KEYWORDS Biological crisis, Extinction of species, environmental ecosystems, massive extinction, ecological niches, Industrial Era, greenhouses gases,…

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  • Aguilla Japona Research Paper

    Endangered eel: Anguilla Japonica Anguilla Japonica, most commonly known as the Japanese eel is classified as an endangered species whose habitat surrounds the coasts of Japan. Based on various credited sources, an analysis was performed in order to determine the likelihood of this eel to go extinct. Biological components and statistical data were taken into account and based on the observed results, it is logical to hypothesize that within a span of years this eel can go extinct. Nonetheless,…

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  • Animal Physiology: The Biological Form Of An Animal

    Animals manage these actions by exchanging with the environment. Exchanging is the action when substances in an aqueous solution move across the plasma membrane. Usually this aqueous solution is an interstitial fluid, such as blood. As the animal grows larger, it’s not convenient for them to be single celled as efficiency of exchange depends on the membrane to surface…

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