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Which scientist believed in punctuated equilibrium?
a) Darwin b) Lamarck c) Gould d) None of the above
Which of the following believed in acquired traits?
a) Darwin b) Lamarck c) Gould d) None of the above
Which of the following scientists believed in natural selection?
a) Darwin b) Lamarck c) Gould d) None of the above
Which of the following states that traits picked up during your lifetime can be passed on to your offspring?
a) Survival of the fittest b) Acquired traits c) Punctuated equilibrium d) None of the above
Which of the following tries to explain that the evolution of an organism occurs in short quick spurts and is not always occuring at a very slow constant speed?
a) Survival of the fiitest b) Acquired traits c) Punctuated equilibrium d) None of the above
Which of the following describes why organisms with good traits or characteristics survive to reproduce?
a) Survival of the fittest b) Acquired traits c) Punctuated equilibrium d) None of the above
Evolution says which of the following?
a) Organisms have changed over time b) Organisms have become better suited to their environment c) All of the above d) None of the above
A structure that is no longer used is called
a) homologous b) analogous c) vestigial d) None of the above
This structure looks the same externally, but different internally.
a) homologous b) analogous c) vestigial d) None of the above
This structure looks different externally, but the same internally
a) homologous b) analogous c) vestigial d) None of the above
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