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Biology 2 Evolution Review
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Two unrelated species develop similar adaptations because they live in similar environments or occupy similar niches (dolphin/shark)
Organs that look similar in the embryo stage, but develop into different mature forms (bones of the hand/bones in a whale's fin)
Survival of the Fittest
Those that are more fit will survive and reproduce. (Natural Selection)
Organs that serve no evolutionary purpose (appendix)
All of the genetic information available in a population.
Random changes in a gene pool.
All of the same organisms in a area.
The variety of living things in an ecosystem.
Humans pick the traits that they want organisms to display. (Dogs, farm animals)
The science of naming new species
Two populations cannot interbreed.
Two populations are physically seperated from each other and cannot interbreed.
Two populations breed at different times and cannot interbreed.
Two populations display different breeding behaviors and cannot interbreed.
Scientist who created the theory of evolution.
Inherited characteristics that allow an organim to survive and reproduce.
Change over time.
A change in genetic material
Eukaryotic cells developed from groups of prokaryotic cells living in symbiosis
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