← LAB BIO 3 Test
4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- -He believed that every species evolved from another species through changing over time.
- -Adaptive radiation is an evolutionary pattern in which many species evolve from a single ancestral species.
- -Overproduction= More offspring can be produced than can survive to maturity.
-Genetic variation= Within a population, individuals have different traits.
-Struggle to survive= Individuals must compete with each other in a struggle for existence.
-Differential Reproduction= Darwin concluded that organisms with the best adaptations are most likely to survive and reproduce.
- -Half life is the time it takes for any half of an isotope to decay to a stable form. The quantity of a particular radioactive isotope can be used to determine the age of the fossil.
3 True/False Questions
Explain the principle of superposition. → -Adaptive radiation is an evolutionary pattern in which many species evolve from a single ancestral species.
Explain several ways in which fossils can form. → -Superposition states that if the rock strata at a location have not been disturbed the lowest stratum was formed before the stratum above it.
Explain what data lead Darwin to believe in "Descent with Modification". → -The Galapagos Island finches led him to believe this.