Ray Atkinson; I was hoping you could help me again on a question please. Explain in your own words how a population of bacteria evolves to become resistant to antibiotics through the process of natural selection. Include in your answer the following components of natural selection: overproduction, variation, competition & survival, differential reproduction.
Go to the Tree of Life web-site. Look around and pick one species that you find interesting (living or extinct). Consider watching the "Tree of Life Web Project" video (11 min) at www.esciencelabs.com under Kingdoms of Life
Write 1-2 paragraphs about this species answering the following questions:
Try your best to find out which kingdom, phylum, class, order, family and/or genus this species belong to.
Who is this species closely related to? Ancestors? Were you surprised by any of its evolutionary relationships?
Which features does this species share with closely related species? What makes it unique?
Which environmental factors do you think have been important in the evolution of this species?
Is this information based on scientific evidence or pseudoscience?
Looks good bud thanks
You are quite welcome. I am glad you are pleased. I thought choosing your state animal was a good idea.
Please remember to rate my answer, so I can get credit for the work.