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  1. Dinefelis Preyed upon Australopithecus Afarensis
  2. Fossils
  3. Functional Groups
  4. Comparitive Anatomy
  5. Farad
  1. a The capacitance of a capacitor is measured in a unit called a farad
  2. b A group of atoms that gives a characteristic set of properties to a molecule containing that group
  3. c Preserved remains, impressions or traces of organisms usually found in sedimentary rocks. When an organism dies its soft parts are usually broken down by a bacteria or eaten by scavenges in a short time only hard parts such as bone, shells, teeth etc remain.
  4. d The study of similar physical structurs in organisms
  5. e Puncture marks proved that the Australopithecus Afarensis were prey for Dinefelis

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. DNA and protiens
  2. A heavy mass of bone directly over the eye orbits
  3. Indicator Fossils
    Use of Radioisotopes
    Carbon 14 Printing
  4. an electrical device that resists the flow of electrical current
  5. Chimpanzees, Homo erectus and Neanderthals

5 True/False Questions

  1. NeanderthalThe extinct species of human like creatures


  2. OHMSare a unit of measurement of electrical resistance. Resistance is the opposition of the flow of something


  3. Geological Time ScaleGeological time is divided into a hierachy of different categories. All geological time is initially subdivided into eons.


  4. Advantage of both eyes facing forwardField of vision is limited


  5. AMINOMeasurement of the amount of electric current, the number of electrons that pass a given point at a given time


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