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  1. The changing of an organism's genetics enough that new variations of the same kind of organism become more common
  2. The practice of finding the age of a fossil or rock using its position above or below other layers
  3. A model of evolution, showing a steady, slow, and continuous change of one species into another
  4. Remains of life from an earlier time
  5. When the hole left by a decayed organism is filled in with minerals
  6. A process that occurs in nature by which organism that are best suited for their environment will be most likely to live and produce offspring that are like them

6 True/False questions

  1. Imprint fossilAn example would be footprints of a dinosaur


  2. DarwinThe person who started the idea of evolution


  3. EmbryologyThe study of the stages of development of unborn offspring


  4. Punctuated EquilibriumA model of evolution, showing a rapid change of a species cause by the mutation of just a few genes


  5. VariationThe person who started the idea of evolution


  6. Macro-evolutionThe changing of an organism's genetics, over a long period of time, which produces a new kind of organism