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1 Indications for evolution 2 Very old plants 3 Layers and fossils 4 Correspondence in the structure of vertebrates
5 Natural selection 6 Struggle for existence 7 Sexual selection
   Artificial selection
8 Mendel, heredity
   Pea races
9 Cross fertilization, F1, F2
   Dominant, recessive
10 Cell, nucleus, chromosomes
     Genes, organelles     
11 Crossing-over
12 Albinism
13 Regulation gene, atavism
     Gene pool
14 Mayr, Raup, Hugo de Vries
     Saltations, extinctions
     Modern synthesis
15 Species and genus
     Hybrid, mule
     Reproductive barrier
16 Allopatric speciation
     Geografical isolation
     Human races
17 Ring of races
     Gulls, salamanders
18 Darwin's finches
     Adaptive radiation
19 Island fauna's
     Dwarf forms
     Dwarf elephant, Flores man
     Endemic species
20 Fruit flies on Hawaii
     Founder effect     
     Sympatric speciation
21 Gould, Eldredge
     Puntuated equilibrium
22 Arms race
23 Hereditary behaviour
     Brood parasitism
24 Cichlids
     Lake Victoria
     Tijs Goldschmidt
25 Mimicry
26 Examples of mimicry 27 Convergent evolution
28 Kiwi and Moa
     Allometric phenomena
29 Coelacanth
     Living fossils
     Micro and macro evolution
30 Appearence of legs
31 Appearence of wings
     Change of function
     Missing link
32 Appearence of vertebrates
     Sea squirt
33 Time clock
     Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes
34 Tree of life
     Multicellul organisms
35 Burgess Shale
     Cambrian explosion
36 Tree of the quadrupeds
     Earliest reptiles
37 Lizzie the Lizard
     The amniotic egg     
38 Fossils of hominids
39 Lucy
     Australopithecus afarensis
     Homo habilis
40 Family tree of man
     Neanderthal, Homo sapiens
41 Charles Darwin