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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. stabilizing selection
  2. phylogeny
  3. behavioral isolation
  4. example of homologous structure
  5. coevolution
  1. a when natural selection weeds out the extremes
  2. b when differences in courtships, appearance, chemicals or vocalizations prevent reproduction
  3. c when two different species evolve simultaneously to benefit eachother
  4. d the wing of a bird and a person's arm
  5. e the history of organismal lineages as they change through time

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. when natural selection favors the extremes
  2. newborn babies have intermediate weights, not too heavy or too tiny
  3. the process by which new types of organisms arise
  4. when populations are prevented from mating due to rivers, oceans, mountains, continental drift, etc.
  5. the ability to mathematically detect whether evolution is occurring in a population

5 True/False questions

  1. example of reproductive isolationgray rabbits are easily detected in front of black or white rocks

          

  2. ontogeny -> recapitulates -> phylogeny(in order) the stages of embryonic development mimic evolutionary changes, such as the presence of gill slits during human development

          

  3. survival of the fittestwhen an organism has traits that allow it to survive and reproduce better than others

          

  4. example of adaptive radiationthe variety of species of Darwin's finches

          

  5. example of disruptive selectionthe same genetic code for all living species

          

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