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Which one is NOT true of 'Microevolution'?
a) all organisms today originated from one cell
b) small changes
c) would describe how all dog breeds originated from one kind of dog
d) results in different varieties of the same kind of organism

The theory of evolution is the...
a) theoretical state when a population is remaining constant.
b) process that determines which traits are favorable for survival.
c) attempt to explain the process of how organisms change and have changed.
d) none of these

Change = ???
a) viable
b) selection
c) equilibrium
d) evolve

Which one is NOT true of 'Natural Selection'?
a) = adaptation
b) aka, 'survival of the fittest'
c) the process that determines which traits are favorable for survival and reproduction
d) the process resulting in the origin of new species.

Which one IS a TRUE fact about mutations?
a) none of them are negative and result in gaining of function.
b) all of them are negative and result in extinction of function
c) some of them are negative and rarely result in any loss of function
d) most of them are negative and often result in a loss of function

Which one is NOT true about the definition of 'species'?
a) group of organisms that can interbreed in nature
b) group of organisms that are phenotypically identical
c) group of organisms that can produce viable offspring
d) group of organisms that can produce fertile offspring

The process resulting in the origin of new species.
a) speciation
b) natural selection
c) microevolution
d) genetic equilibrium

For new species to develop, what must occur?
a) no mutations
b) random mating
c) reproductive isolation
d) microevolution

Which one is NOT a type of 'reproductive isolation'?
a) habitat
b) behavioral
c) equilibrium
d) temporal

The theoretical state when a population is remaining constant with no speciation.
a) genetic equilibrium
b) macroevolution
c) natural selection
d) microevolution

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