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the process by which living things have changed over time
a) natural selection
b) evolution
c) classification
d) adaption

a species that no longer exists
a) extinct animal
b) taxonomic species
c) extinct species
d) speciation

biological classification is a system which is used to organize and codify all life on earth
a) classification/taxonomy
b) taxonomic classification
c) speciation
d) classified species

the process by which forms of life having traits that better enable them to adapt to specific environmental pressures
a) evolution
b) speciation
c) adaptation
d) natural selection

the formation of new species as a result of geographic, physiological, anatomical, or behavioral factors that prevent previously interbreeding populations from breeding with each other
a) extinct species
b) speciation
c) classification
d) taxonomic speciation

when an organism becomes better fitted to survive and multiply in an area
a) adaption
b) speciation
c) extinction
d) niche

an extremely long macro-molecule that is the main component of chromosomes
a) deoxyribonucleic acid
b) Deoxyribo acid
c) nucleic acid
d) genotype

the level of biodiversity refers to the total # of genetic characteristics in the genetic makeup
a) genetic diversity
b) genotype
c) biodiversity
d) diverse species

the animals or plants physical habitat and how it has adapted
a) place
b) niche
c) genotype
d) ecosystem

any environmental factor that favors one trait over another
a) enviroments
b) pressure
c) selective pressure
d) selection

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