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5 Matching questions

  1. adaptation
  2. natural selection
  3. intersexual competition
  4. species
  5. population
  1. a group of individuals of the same species living in the same place at the same time
  2. b process by which individuals that are better suited to their environment survive and reproduce most successfully (survival of the fittest)
  3. c a group of organisms whose members can breed and produce fertile offspring but who do not produce fertile offspring with members of other groups
  4. d individuals of one sex are choosy in picking their mates often selecting flashy or colorful mate
  5. e something that enhances an organism's ability to survive and reproduce in its environment

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. is the movement of individuals of gametes/spores between populations and can alter allele frequencies in a population
  2. the emergence of a new species
  3. states that allele and genotype frequencies within a sexually reproducing, diploid population willl remain in equilibrium unless outside forces act to change those frequencies
  4. Several species of finch's evolved to have different beak shapes to occupy a specific niche on the Galapagos islands.
  5. Phenomenon in which individuals with adaptive genetic traits produce more living offspring than do individuals without such traits.

5 True/False questions

  1. comparative embryologycomparison the development among different organisms when they are embryos

          

  2. biogeographythe geographic distribution of species, suggested to Darwin that organisms evolve from common ancestors

          

  3. molecular biologycomparisons of DNA and amino acid sequences betweeen different organisms that reveal evolutionary relationships

          

  4. microevolutionthe change in heritage traits in a population over generations (change over time)

          

  5. directional selectionfavors individuals at both extremes of the phenotypic range

          

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