CARIBBEAN ANOLE ECOMORPHS Dr. Jonathan Losos, Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree. UC Press, 2011). Species of Caribbean anoles can be categorized into six groups according to their body characteristics (morphology) and the ecological niches they occupy. The groups are referred to as ecological morphotypes, or ecomorphs.
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Bob Kuhn describes how he uses BioInteractive resources to teach speciation to his students. He begins with the short film Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree to introduce students to how new species arise.He then uses a hands-on activity in which students order different species of anole lizards into a phylogenetic tree.
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The tree from morphology is generally weakly supported (except within the Phrynosoma + sand lizard clade; results not shown). The tree with combined molecular and non-molecular data is similar to that from the molecular data alone, and all differences are only weakly supported (results not shown).
View Lizards and Phylogeny.docx from AA 1Lizards in a Phylogenetic Tree Name:_ (20 points) Period:_ Date:_ The process of evolution produces a pattern of relationships between species. As lineages. Study Resources. Lizards in a Phylogenetic Tree.
According to the phylogenetic tree in this virtual lab, all anole lizards (genus Anolis) are more closely related to one another than they are to Leiocephalus carinatus. True Based on this phylogeny, do lizards of the same body type tend to be more closely related to one another than to lizards.
formation on anole phylogenetic relationships can be used to address these and other questions. This chapter will focus on conceptual issues regarding phylogenetic ap-proaches to evolutionary questions and then will outline Anolis phylogeny. Based on this phylogeny, Chapter 6 will discuss anole biogeography and Chapter 7 will review ecomor-
The Origin of Species: Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree [NARRATOR:] The diversity of animals on our planet is breathtaking. Millions of species adapted to all kinds of habitats. Ever since Darwin, understanding how so many species evolved has been a major quest of biology, and biologists like Jonathan Losos. In the
Congruence between trees from separately analyzed data sets is a powerful approach for assessing the performance of phylogenetic methods but has been applied primarily to the analysis of molecular data. In this study, different methods for treating polymorphic characters were compared using morphological data from phrynosomatid lizards.
PHYLOGENETIC TREES Example of checking alignment ClustalW alignment. Terms to describe phylogenetic trees Birds Crocodiles Turtles Mammals Amphibians Lizards Snakes Unrooted tree Rooted tree Birds Crocodiles Turtles Amphibians Mammals Lizards Snakes Remember ClustalW. Morphology 1.Bipedal 2.Position of orbits 3.Warm-blooded 4.Hair 5.Bony.
Abstract. A central issue in evolutionary biology concerns whether morphology, performance and habitat use have coevolved. We investigated evolutionary relationships among the size of the subdigital toepad, clinging ability and perch height in 12 species of Caribbean Anolis lizard. Specifically, we predicted that: (1) because larger anole species tend to perch high in the canopy, both toepad.