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Found 4 resources for the concept: Complex structures may be produced incrementally by the accumulation of smaller advantageous mutations

imageWebcast: Selection in action
In lecture two of a four part series, evolutionary biologist David Kingsley discusses how just a few small genetic changes can have a big effect on morphology, using examples from maize, dog breeding, and stickleback fish.
This lecture is available from Howard Hughes' BioInteractive website.

Audience: 13-16

Source: Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Resource type: Video Lecture

imageMouse fur color
This case study in the form of a set of PowerPoint slides examines the evolution of light fur in beach mice from the molecular level up to the population genetics level.

Audience: 13-16

Source: Evo-Ed

Resource type: Case study

imagePea taste
This case study in the form of a set of PowerPoint slides examines the evolution of the wrinkled pea from its ancestral round pea shape.

Audience: 13-16

Source: Evo-Ed

Resource type: Case study

imageToxin resistance in clams
This case study in the form of a set of PowerPoint slides examines the evolution of toxin resistance in clams.

Audience: 13-16

Source: Evo-Ed

Resource type: Case study

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