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Frigate Birds can Stay Aloft for Months during Transoceanic Flights

Applying published scientific research along with concepts involved in the evolution of birds, bio-aerial locomotion, and the basic principles of flight, develop an evidence-based argument that supports the claim that frigate birds can stay aloft for months during transoceanic flights.
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Applying published scientific research along with concepts involved in the evolution of birds, bio-aerial locomotion, and the basic principles of flight, develop an evidence-based argument that supports the claim that frigate birds can stay aloft for months during transoceanic flights.

¬†Hint: Utilize information and resources in the “Bio-aerial Locomotion” and “From Research to Technology” sections of Module 1 Lesson and Module 1 Workshop: Digging Deeper into Research – Bio-Aerial Locomotion.

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Knowledge Assessment

This activity supports Module Objectives 2-5 and Learning Outcomes 2 and 3.

INSTRUCTIONS

In this activity, you will take your learning to the next level by applying and synthesizing [A&S] concepts explored in this module.

Instructions

Choose one question option [1 or 2] to answer. Place your chosen question and the formulated answer within a separate document.

Integrate information from the module lessons to develop and support your answers. In your answer, please make sure you address the following:

  1. Examine how natural selection can result in changes in the biodiversity of flying organisms through the four propositions in Darwin’s theory of evolution.
  2. Identify examples of homologous and analogous structures in flying organisms.
  3. Relate the structure of muscles to their function for flight.
  4. Evaluate the wing loading of an aircraft.

Your answer will be scored on completeness, correctness, clarity, and conciseness, and the degree of synthesis and application of the related concepts, not on how many words it contains. More is not necessarily better!

Save your assignment using a naming convention that includes your first and last name and the activity number [or description]. Do not add punctuation or special characters.

This activity is due by the last day of the module.

Please read through all sections before proceeding to the next page, and refer back whenever necessary.

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