Origins of Biodiversity 3.2 - Coggle Diagram
Origins of Biodiversity 3.2
Evolution is a gradual change in the genetic character of populations over many generations, achieved largely through the mechanism of natural selection
Natural selection does not grant organisms what they need
Enviromental change gives new challenges to species which drives evolution of diversity.
There have been major mass extinction events in the geolocigal past.
Alternatives species have
How are the issues adressed in this tpic of relevance to sustainability or sustainable developtment?
In wich ways night the solutions explored in this topic alter predictions for the state of human societies and the biosphere some decades from now
Unsustainable development can lead to species extinction. Given the five mass extinction of the past is this something that humans should be concerned about?
Common Comand terms
Enviromental influences have an effect on living creatures, These so-called selection factors include:
Animals of the same species
Changes in habitat
Evidence of Evolution
The fossil record
Background / Normal Exctinction