2 Section 1: Fossil Evidence of Change Section 2: The Origin of Life Click on a lesson name to select.
3 14.1 Fossil Evidence of Change Land Environments Earth formed about 4.6 billion years ago. Gravity pulled the densest elements to the center of the planet. After about 500 million years, a solid crust formed on the surface.
4 When do you think the first life actually appeared in billions of years?
5 14.1 Fossil Evidence of Change Atmosphere The gases that likely made up the atmosphere are those that were expelled by volcanoes. Water vapor (H 2 O) Carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) Sulfur dioxide (SO 2 ) Carbon monoxide (CO) Hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) Hydrogen cyanide (HCN) Nitrogen (N 2 ) Hydrogen (H 2 )
6 14.1 Fossil Evidence of Change Clues in Rocks A fossil is any preserved evidence of an organism. Most organisms decompose before they have a chance to become fossilized.
7 14.1 Fossil Evidence of Change
9 14.1 Fossil Evidence of Change Fossil Formation Nearly all fossils are formed in sedimentary rock. The sediments build up until they cover the organism and minerals fill in empty pores.
10 14.1 Fossil Evidence of Change Dating fossils Relative dating is a method used to determine the age of rocks by comparing them with those in other layers.
11 Radiometric Dating Uses the decay of radioactive isotopes to measure the age of a rock Half - life
12 Which type of fossil dating is more A. Relative Dating B. Radiometric Dating [Default] [MC Any] [MC All] accurate?
13 Half life is the time required for 50% of a radioactive isotope to break down Ex: Found a fossil with 250g of C-14 and its half life is 1000 years. How much C-14 would be left after 4000 years?
14 I have a fossil that has 400 g of C-14. It s half life is 5000 years. How much C-14 would have been left if the fossil was found 20,000 years later?
15 How many half lives was that?
16 Which dating method determines the age of rocks by comparing them to rocks in other layers? A. Absolute dating B. Relative dating C. Geological dating D. Sedimentary dating
17 The Geologic Time Scale The geological time scale is a model that expresses the major geological and biological events in Earth s history. The geologic time scale is divided into the Precambrian time and the Phanerozoic eon.
18 In which rock do scientists search Sedimentary for fossils?
19 14.1 Fossil Evidence of Change Precambrian About 90% of Earth s time 1 st living cells Autotrophic prokaryotes enriched the atmosphere with oxygen photosynthesis took place.
20 14.1 Fossil Evidence of Change The Paleozoic Era The ancestors of most major animal groups Life in the oceans continued to evolve
21 14.1 Fossil Evidence of Change A mass marine extinction ended the Paleozoic era (Permian period) Between 60 and 75 percent of the species alive went extinct.
22 14.1 Fossil Evidence of Change The Mesozoic Era Mammals and dinosaurs first appeared and. (Triassic) Birds evolved from a group of predatory dinosaurs (Jurassic) Flowering plants evolved from nonflowering plants About 65 million years ago, a meteorite struck Earth (Cretaceous)
23 Plate tectonics describes the movement of several large plates that make up the surface of Earth. Pangea started moving (note your dates to complete)
25 14.1 Fossil Evidence of Change The Cenozoic Era Mammals became the dominant land animals (Tertiary) After the mass extinction at the end of the Mesozoic era, mammals of all kinds began to diversify (Quarternary) Hominids first appeared (Quarternary)
26 Which geologic change during Mesozoic Era had the greatest effect in shaping the course of evolution? A. Plate tectonics B. Extensive glaciations C. Increased volcanic activities D. Meteorite activity
27 14.2 Origin of Species
28 14.2 The Origin of Life Origins: Early Ideas Spontaneous generation is the idea that life arises from nonlife. Francesco Redi, an Italian scientist, tested the idea that flies arose spontaneously from rotting meat.
29 14.2 The Origin of Life The theory of biogenesis states that only living organisms can produce other living organisms. Louis Pasteur designed an experiment to show that biogenesis was true even for microorganisms.
30 14.2 The Origin of Life Origins: Modern Ideas The primordial soup hypothesis was an early hypothesis about the origin of life. Organic molecules could have been synthesized from simple reactions. UV light from the Sun and electric discharge in lightning might have been the primary energy sources.
31 14.2 The Origin of Life Stanley Miller and Harold Urey were the first to show that simple organic molecules could be made from inorganic compounds.
32 14.2 The Origin of Life Making Proteins Life requires proteins. One possible mechanism for the formation of proteins would be if amino acids were bound to a clay particle.
33 14.2 The Origin of Life Genetic Code Some RNA sequences appear to have changed very little through time. Many biologists consider RNA to have been life s first coding system. Other researchers have proposed that clay crystals could have provided an initial template for RNA replication.
34 14.2 The Origin of Life Cellular Evolution Scientists hypothesize that the first cells were prokaryotes. Many scientists think that modern prokaryotes called archaea are the closest relatives of Earth s first cells.
35 14.2 The Origin of Life Photosynthesizing Prokaryotes Archaea are autotrophic. They do not obtain their energy from the Sun. Archaea also do not need or produce oxygen.
36 14.2 The Origin of Life Many scientists think that photosynthesizing prokaryotes evolved not long after the archaea. Prokaryotes, called cyanobacteria, have been found in rocks as old as 3.5 billion years.
37 14.2 The Origin of Life The Endosymbiont Theory The ancestors of eukaryotic cells lived in association with prokaryotic cells. The relationship between the cells became mutually beneficial, and the prokaryotic symbionts became organelles in eukaryotic cells. This theory explains the origin of chloroplasts and mitochondria.
38 14.2 The Origin of Life
39 Multiple Choice Questions to Follow that you can look at for Fall Final Questions.
40 Chapter Diagnostic Questions Which is an example of the theory of spontaneous generation? A. Tadpoles become frogs. B. A starfish can grow from a severed arm. C. Damp hay and corn create mice. D. From a tiny acorn, an oak can grow. 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
41 Chapter Diagnostic Questions What gas do scientists think was absent from Earth s early atmosphere? A. sulfur B. nitrogen C. oxygen D. water vapor 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
42 Chapter Diagnostic Questions In which period did the first land vertebrates appear? A. Cambrian B. Devonian C. Triassic D. Mesozoic 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
43 14.1 Formative Questions In which type of rock do paleontologists search for fossils? A. igneous B. metamorphic C. sedimentary D. volcanic 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
44 14.1 Formative Questions Which dating method determines the age of rocks by comparing them to rocks in other layers? A. absolute dating B. geological dating C. relative dating D. sedimentary dating 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
45 14.1 Formative Questions Which geological change during the Mesozoic era had the greatest effect in shaping the course of evolution? A. plate tectonics B. extensive glaciation C. increased volcanic activity D. meteorite impact 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
46 14.2 Formative Questions At one time people believed that mold growing on a piece of cheese was created by the cheese. This is the idea of. A. biogenesis B. transgenesis C. primordial generation D. spontaneous generation 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
47 14.2 Formative Questions According to the endosymbiont theory, what may have happened to a prokaryotic cell that entered a host cell? A. It was digested by the host cell. B. It became an organelle in the host cell. C. It became a harmful parasite in the host cell. D. It was removed from the host cell by exocytosis. A 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% B C D
48 14.2 Formative Questions An ancient prokaryote containing photosynthetic pigments that was engulfed by a host cell may have become a. A. chloroplast B. lysosome C. centriole D. ribosome 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
49 Chapter Assessment Questions Which is the half-life of the radioactive isotope shown in the graph? A. 18 years B. 36 years C. 54 years D. 72 years 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
50 Chapter Assessment Questions Study the graph. Determine the age of a rock if it contained 40% C-14. A. 2,857.5 years B. 7,576 years C. 11,460 years D. 5,730 years 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
51 Standardized Test Practice Which factor made it unlikely that life existed on Earth 4 billion years ago? A. absence of oxygen B. absence of food C. intense heat D. intense sunlight 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
52 Standardized Test Practice For which fossil might a paleontologist most likely use carbon-14 to determine its age? A. fossilized microbes in volcanic rock B. dinosaur footprints found in sedimentary rock C. marine fossils found in a deep sedimentary layer D. a woolly mammoth frozen in a glacier since the last Ice Age A B 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% C D
53 Standardized Test Practice Beryllium-10 (Be-10) has a half life of about 1.5 million years. If a sample is analyzed and determined to contain ¼ of the original Be-10, what is the age of the sample? A. 750,000 years B. 3 million years C. 4.5 million years D. 6 million years 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
54 Standardized Test Practice Which provides the best evidence that a meteorite struck the earth 65 million years ago? A. a large crater that was found B. a layer containing high levels of iridium C. the sudden appearance of mammals D. the sudden disappearance of dinosaurs A B 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% C D
55 Standardized Test Practice In this experiment using water and the gases to simulate Earth s early atmosphere, which was not one of the final products? A. amino acids B. nucleotides C. RNA molecules D. sugar molecules 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
56 Standardized Test Practice Why do scientists believe that archea are the closest relatives to Earth s first cells? A. They are eukaryotes. B. They contain DNA. C. They carry out photosynthesis. D. They live in extreme environments. 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 0% 0% 0% 0% A B C D
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