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This is a characteristic that helps an organism survive and reproduce in its environment.
a) Adaptation b) Embryonic structure c) Vestigial structure d) None of the above
This word literally means change over time.
a) Adaptation b) Selective Breeding c) Natural Selection d) Evolution
This term means that the strong survive, while the weak die.
a) Adaptation b) Vestigial Structure c) Selective Breeding d) Natural Selection
This term means that a person chooses which animals/plants to breed to enhance a certain trait.
a) Adaptation b) Inheritance c) Selective Breeding d) Natural Selection
This term means that a trait is passed from the parent to the offspring.
a) Adaptation b) None of the above c) Inheritance d) Evolution
An unused body part is called
a) an adaptation b) None of the above c) a vestigial structure d) an embryonic structure
Scientists sometimes study and compare unborn babies, called
a) adaptations b) None of the above c) vestigial structures d) embryos
This person founded the theory of evolution by natural selection.
a) Charles Darwin b) Ms. Blankenship c) Robert Hook d) Alfred Wegener
Darwin noticed that the beak shape of the finch had changed depending on
a) the climate where the finch lived b) All of the above c) the size of the finch d) the food the finch ate
Humans have an opposable thumb. Because this structure has helped humans over time, it is considered
a) an adaptation b) vestigial structure c) mutation d) genetic variation
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