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Growing up in a suit of armor
Growing up in a suit of armor. How do arthropods grow while wearing form-fitting suits of armor? The solution that evolution has hit upon is molting — the ...
Understanding Evolution
Teaching the science and history of evolutionary biology, from the University of California Museum of Paleontology and the National Center for Science ...
Understanding Evolution
Teaching the science and history of evolutionary biology, from the University of California Museum of Paleontology and the National Center for Science ...
Genealogy enthusiasts mine DNA for clues to evolutionary history
Oct 31, 2007 ... Biologists have sequenced mitochondrial DNA from people all over the ... of ancestral human migration patterns from National Geographic ...
The happy-face spiders
The happy-face spider exhibits an array of color patterns on the back of its abdomen, sometimes resembles a smiling face. These spiders blend in with the ...
The family tree
Understanding Evolution: your one-stop source for information on evolution ... The family tree. The process of evolution produces a pattern of relationships ...
Welcome to Evolution 101!
Discusses the patterns and mechanisms of evolution. Includes history of life, microevolution, speciation, macroevolution, and the big issues.
Trends in evolution
Biologists think about evolutionary trends in the same way — there has to be ... at one end of the animal and evolving sensory organs at that same end. ...
Quick evolution leads to quiet crickets
Undersides of the right forewings from normal male, mutant male, and female crickets. The corresponding SEM micrographs show the part of the wings where ...
Nature of Science
Understanding how science works allows one to easily distinguish science from ... Teach this! Lesson plans for teaching about the nature of science ...
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