Despite evolution's potential for controversy, it remains an essential
element of any biology course. As Theodosius Dobzhansky said in his 1973 article of the
same name, in American Biology Teacher, "Nothing
in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution."
Based on this article and on your work thus far in the course, think about
why evolution is considered the cornerstone of biology. Then make a concept map that links
evolution to the various aspects of biology.
Refer to SESSION 1 for information on working with concept maps.