This is a hands on activity where students can visualize pesticide resistance (evolution) over time. A population of deer ticks have become resistant to Permethrin. The students are asked to label 6 generations of deer ticks based on percentages given (there is some basic math required).
Covers the following: Evidence for evolution, microevolution. Pesticide Resistance, Drug Resistance
This includes a paperless version to support your digital needs! The download includes both a print version and digital version.
There are also 8 analysis questions that tie in the activity to microevolution/evidence for evolution, and natural selection.
3 pages. Coloring and Analysis Questions. Basic Math Skills required (multiplication). Answer key included.
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