It is time to kill more bunnies. NATURAL SELECTION.
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- It is time to kill more bunnies. NATURAL SELECTION
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- Set Up In this Lab you will be controlling the mutations and environment of a population of rabbits. You will create four hypotheses and design an experiment to test each one. For example: I hypothesize that (select a rabbit phenotype) rabbits will be (more/ less) likely to survive under (type of selective factor) within the (select type of environment) environment, because..... (explain how their trait will help them to survive or not)
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- How to Begin by adding a friend and a mutation. Wait until the F3 generation before adding the selective factor. After adding the selective factor let the simulation run for another 3 or 4 generations. Use the population numbers from the chart to get you numbers for the table. Repeat for experiments 2, 3, and 4.
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- Questions to Ponder What conclusion are you able to make about each of the three different types of phenotypes in rabbits? What happens to animals that cannot compete as well with other animals in the wild? Be specific. How do you think diseases can affect natural selection? How does this simulation mimic natural selection? In what ways does this simulation fail to represent the process of natural selection?
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