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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. Parts of an organism that do not seem to have any purpose for that organism
  3. An example would be footprints of a dinosaur
  4. The material in all cells that carries an organism's hereditary information
  5. A model of evolution, showing a rapid change of a species cause by the mutation of just a few genes
  6. A model of evolution, showing a steady, slow, and continuous change of one species into another

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  1. VariationThe person who started the idea of evolution

          

  2. Homologous structuresParts of an organism that do not seem to have any purpose for that organism

          

  3. Radioactive datingUsing the amounts of chemical elements (that break down at a certain rate) to find the age of a fossil or rock

          

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

          

  5. Relative datingThe practice of finding the age of a fossil or rock using its position above or below other layers

          

  6. Macro-evolutionThe changing of an organism's genetics enough that new variations of the same kind of organism become more common