Disruptive Selection: Example, Definition & Graph Video

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Directional selection favors ______.

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1. Disruptive selection is a strong evolutionary force because ______.

2. A bell-shaped curve ______.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet combo will help check your understanding of the lesson on disruptive selection. Some of the terms you will be assessed on include directional selection.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use this printable worksheet and quiz to review:

  • The stages of disruptive selection
  • How direction selection occurs
  • A bell-shaped curve

Skills Practiced

Use this worksheet/quiz combo to practice the following skills:

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions regarding disruptive selection
  • Distinguish differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as direction selection
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained regarding directional selection

Additional Learning

To learn more about disruptive selection, review the accompanying lesson Disruptive Selection: Example, Definition & Graph. This lesson will help you:

  • Determine characteristics of disruptive selection
  • Define directional selection
  • Show examples of stabilizing selection
  • Identify traits in light and dark moths
  • Explain a bell-shaped curve
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