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11u bio 10
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    • 1. Evolution Without Selection
    • 2. Evolution Without SelectionGenetic Drift: Occurs when a population is so smallthat allele frequencies may be altered by randomchance with no selective pressures. Imagine a beetle population where 40% are green and 60% are brown
    • 3. Evolution Without SelectionA random catastrophe has reduced the beetlepopulations size.Now 25% are green and 75% are brown.
    • 4. Evolution Without SelectionIf the last few green beetles fail to pass on theirgreen allele, the allele may be lost forever.
    • 5. Genetic DriftA certain allele may become extremely common ordisappear entirely.(by chance – recall Punnett squares andprobabilities of passing down traits)
    • 6. Genetic Drift This results in reduced genetic diversity in the population.The lowworldwidepopulation ofwhite-collaredlemurs hasreduced theirgenetic diversity.
    • 7. Genetic DriftThere are 2 major reasons for population reductionleading to genetic drift:1) Genetic Bottleneck2) Founder Effect
    • 8. Think. Pair. Share.Under what circumstances would a small group oforganisms become the foundation of a newpopulation?Where did this small group of organisms comefrom? Consider the terms below.1) Genetic Bottleneck2) Founder Effect
    • 9. Genetic Bottleneck1) A genetic bottleneck occurs when a speciespopulation is drastically reduced.
    • 10. Genetic BottleneckThe survivors must reestablish the population usinga very limited gene pool.
    • 11. Genetic Bottleneck The members of this new population exhibit little genetic variation.This is usually what happens in many endangered species such as the Iberian lynx.
    • 12. The Founder Effect2) The founder effect occurs when small group froma population moves to a new location.
    • 13. The Founder EffectThat small group will reproduce to populate the newlocation. Genetic variation will be low.
    • 14. The Founder EffectOriginalpopulation 3 random animals with this combination of alleles wanders away Alleles of original population
    • 15. The Founder Effect Animals that moved create a new population in a new location

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