Advanced practice nurse role in quality improvement inclusive of shaping health policy. Integrate project management strategies and skills needed to be successful in managing a quality initiative.Utilize scientific rigor in….
Environment as selection pressure of Species
Environment as selection pressure of Species. That DNA codes for behavioral and structural traits of organisms and that it is found in almost all cells.
Explaining the basic process for how we chunk DNA into smaller pieces to analyze similarities.
Recalling that variation exists in most all populations.
Explaining that changes in a genetic code result from mutation and lead to variation in populations.
Recognizing that human family members that are more closely related have a more similar genetic code.
Recognizing that species that are more closely related have a more similar genetic code than those less related.
Environmental Pressure: Environment as selection pressure
Listing three ways the environment can act as a selection pressure.
Giving some examples of how many offspring of different organisms reproduce and explain why all those offspring do not survive.
Giving an example of how powerful selection can be in shaping an organism.
Recalling that selection works only on the variation present in the population.
Interpreting natural history components like generation time and qualities of life history with an evolutionary lens.
From your observations and inquiry what changed in your view of (insert concept here from below)?
Why did it change?
What difference could that change make in other areas of your understanding?
What experience helped you make that change?
Was there anything you could have done differently in running your experiences that would have told you more?
Concepts: Environment as selection pressure
Did you do any additional observations not called for in the lab?
Did these give you any additional insights?
If there were any errors in how you thought about the concept, what from your past led you to believe that?
Are there any implications for better understanding the concept?
Are there any implications for having errors in your understanding of the concept?
Remember that the concepts / objectives you are addressing for this module are: