6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- the process through which species change over time
- an early form of an organism from which later forms descend.
- describes a system of naming somthing using two names, or words.
- a characteristic, a behavior, or any inherited trait that makes a species able to survive and reproduce in a particular enviroment.
- the evolution of new species from an existing species.
- the procss of arranging organisms into groups based on similarities.
6 True/False questions
gene → is a segment of DNA that relates to a specific trait or function of an organism.
Taxonomy → the science of naming and classifying organisms.
vestigial organ → the evolution of new species from an existing species.
Genus → is a segment of DNA that relates to a specific trait or function of an organism.
natural selection → the process through which members of a species that are best suited to their environment survive and reproduce at a higher rate than other members of the species.
unicellular organism → an organism that is made up of many cells.