***Find an article and relate it to the evolution lab, particularly the push-pin experiment of natural selection and microevolution. Discuss the push-pin experiment, the relevance of all the components of the experiment, the article, and the relevance of the article to the push-pin experiment. This will be done in three stages as noted below. Those corrections should be remedied on the next paper that is then submitted. The second and the final draft will be graded reflecting the corrections made, in addition to content and cohesiveness. The paper should be college level work, where a household member would be able to understand what you are discussing. It should include an Introduction, Body, Conclusion, and a Works Cited / Bibliography page. It should be 2-3 pages in length, double-spaced, and size 12 font (Times New Roman). The spelling and grammar should be checked. It should in your own words, and citations used where needed (plagiarizing will get you a ZERO)!
IMPORTANT: The experiment performed in class involved the classmates and the pushpin objects. The pushpins represented food and were different shapes; square, triangular, and spherical. Pens were used as “chopsticks” in order to grab as many pushpins as possible. Two classmates would compete for 30 seconds and at the end whoever had the most push pins would compete the next classmate. The experiment got harder by removing the square pushpins (which were the easiest to pick up). This experiment portrayed how predators adapt to the environment and compete in order to fulfill the needs.