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Analogous structures result from
a) Convergent evolution b) Divergent evolution c) Selective breeding d) Artificial breeding
The horses hoof, the human hand, the wing of a bird are examples of
a) Homologous structures b) Analogous structures c) Homozygote structures d) Anaphase structures
Natural selection was proposed by...
a) Darwin and Wallace b) Darwin and Fleming c) Darwin and Whitehair d) Darwin and Danielli
When many similar but distinct species evolve relatively rapidly from a single species, this is called...
a) Evolution b) Adaptive radiation c) sd d) sd
Analogous structures mean
a) Similar function but different origin b) Similar function and same origin c) Similar structure but different origin d) Similar structure and same origin
Evidence for evolution can be seen in...
a) Homologous structures such as the pentadactyl limbs of whales, humans and bats. b) Analogous structures such as the pentadactyl limbs of whales, humans and bats. c) Homologous structures such as the wing of butterflies and birds d) Analogous structures such as the wing of butterflies and birds
When two species of a population becomes separated and they diverge to be two new species, this is called
a) evolution b) speciation c) variation d) homologous
Evidence for evolution can be seen in...
a) the selective breeding of domesticated animals to produce varieties which did not exist before b) the natural selection of domesticated animals to produce varieties which did not exist before c) the selective breeding of wild animals to produce varieties which did not exist before d) the selective breeding of domesticated animals to produce varieties which had become extinct
Evidence for evolution can be seen in...
a) The fossil record which shows continual changes in organisms over time b) the fossil record which shows abrupt changes in organisms over time c) the fossil record which shows continual changes in organisms over a short period of time d) the fossil record which shows changes in only plants over time
sd
a) sd b) c) d)
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