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5 Matching Questions

  1. example of natural selection
  2. example of Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium
  3. ontogeny
  4. ontogeny -> recapitulates -> phylogeny
  5. disruptive selection
  1. a the steps of embryonic development of an organism
  2. b (in order) the stages of embryonic development mimic evolutionary changes, such as the presence of gill slits during human development
  3. c when natural selection favors the extremes
  4. d the ability to mathematically detect whether evolution is occurring in a population
  5. e the same genetic code for all living species

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. newborn babies have intermediate weights, not too heavy or too tiny
  2. the variety of species of Darwin's finches
  3. when natural selection weeds out the extremes
  4. birds and bats flying
  5. the duplication or translocation of a segment of DNA within the genome

5 True/False Questions

  1. mass extinctionthe process by which new types of organisms arise

          

  2. survival of the fitteststructure of red flowers and structure and behavior of bees and birds

          

  3. temporal isolationwhen members of a population are prevented from mating because they have different mating seasons

          

  4. heritable variationwhen several very different groups of organisms are produced from a common ancestor by natural selection

          

  5. behavioral isolationwhen members of a population are prevented from mating because they have different mating seasons

          

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