The genomic substrate for adaptive radiation in African cichlid fish | Nature

The genomic substrate for adaptive radiation in African cichlid fish | Nature

On Adaptive Radiation in Gulls (Tribe Larini)

On Adaptive Radiation in Gulls (Tribe Larini)

The adaptive radiation of African cichlid fish.

The adaptive radiation of African cichlid fish. : The genomic substrate for adaptive radiation in African cichlid fish : Nature

CBSE Class 12 Biology, Evolution – 4, Adaptive Radiation

CBSE Class 12 Biology, Evolution – 4, Adaptive Radiation

On Adaptive Radiation in Gulls (Tribe Larini)

On Adaptive Radiation in Gulls (Tribe Larini)

Evolutionary Theory and Processes of Active Speciation and Adaptive Radiation in Subterranean Mole Rates, Spalax ehrenbergi Superspecies, in Israel

Evolutionary Theory and Processes of Active Speciation and Adaptive Radiation in Subterranean Mole Rates, Spalax ehrenbergi Superspecies, in Israel

The Origin of Species: Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree --short film from HHMI's BioInteractive

The Origin of Species: Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree --short film from HHMI's BioInteractive

The adaptive radiation of African cichlid fish.

The adaptive radiation of African cichlid fish. : The genomic substrate for adaptive radiation in African cichlid fish : Nature

"Who Wants to Live a Million Years" - a simulation about natural selection.

Charles Darwin's Game of Survival

All living things evolve. In this case it's a Darwin finch that has evolved to different beaks for different purposes.

This video from HHMI shows terrific examples of speciation and adaptations.  I'm definitely using this in my evolution unit.

This video from HHMI shows terrific examples of speciation and adaptations. I'm definitely using this in my evolution unit.

The Burgess Shale in British Columbia contains very old (~550 million years ago), very rare fossils of very early organisms. This is Haplophrentis. The function of the pair of short spines is unknown but the creature was tiny, just a few centimeters in length (hint 2.5 cm = 1 inch, more or less).

The Burgess Shale in British Columbia contains very old million years ago), very rare fossils of very early organisms. This is Haplophrentis. The function of the pair of short spines is unknown but the creature was tiny, just a few centimeters in le

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