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5 Matching questions

  1. Darwin
  2. Aristotle
  3. evolution trap
  4. reproductive isolation
  5. contained, blind
  1. a the existence of biological factors that prevent two indviduals from interbreeding and producing viable offspring
  2. b Person who created scalae naturae, classifying organism with increasing complexity
  3. c Natural selection is _____ to the past and ______ to the future
  4. d using old cue in a new environment results in a maladaptive choice, environment changes and the old way doesn't work any more even if it worked every time before. (humans and fast food) (beetle attracted to phermones in field) (beetle that mates with beer bottle)
  5. e observed new, diffferent species, visited many islands, observed gradual change, natural selection, adaptation,etc. Credited for idea of evolution.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. pre-zygotic barrier where mating succeeds but the sperm of one species is not able to fertilize the egg of the other species
  2. Person who stated that organisms produce more offspring than can survive
  3. change above the species level, evolutionary components of speciation
  4. the biological species concept might not work for _______ organisms
  5. Noticed geological features change over time, published thoery of gradualism

5 True/False questions

  1. stabalizing selectionnatural selection that is related to mating success includes the ability to locate males, courtship behaviors, ornaments the mates find attrative, etc.

          

  2. gene flowgenetic composition of an individual

          

  3. Intrasexual selectionmate choice, acts on traits that affect success on being chosen for mating by the opposite sex

          

  4. sexual selectionwithin a sex, acts on traits that affect success in competition with members of the same sex for mates

          

  5. allelesIdea of adaption and evolution, not made famous by discovery

          

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