The theory of punctuated equilibrium states that evolutionary change is characterised by short periods of rapid evolution followed by longer periods of stasis in which no change occurs. Despite years of work seeking evidence for punctuational change in the fossil record, the theory remains contentious.
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in a biology class, the teacher started explaining a new lesson about the dna structure. personally, i found this lecture hard to understand. so i decided to use my critical thinking skills to be able to understand it. i analysed the different ideas, and broke them down into smaller parts to assimilate each. then i started evaluation and tried to link what i am learning with real life experiences so that i can make sure that i know how everything i am learning relates. finally, i started questioning by researching more what i learned and asking more questions that can me through my learning process. reflecting on the information meant that i should review it. all this me greatly understand what i previously found hard to understand.
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