A 3-page worksheet
that covers the basic evolutionary concepts of speciation
and , including the 3 ways that the isolation can occur: geographic isolation
, behavioral isolation
, and temporal isolation
Reading assignment that summarizes what speciation is as well as the mechanism for it – reproductive isolation. Also summarizes the three main methods of reproductive isolation: geographic isolation, behavioral isolation, and temporal isolation, each with a summary diagram and example.
Multiple choice review exercise where students match real-life examples and standard definitions with the correct type of isolation.
Answer key for multiple choice review exercise.
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