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Vocab
Evidence
of
Evolution
MacroEvolution
Classification
Misc.
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Theory of
Evolution
He traveled to the Galapagos
Islands on the HMS Beagle and
observed similar species suited
to their particular environment.
A 100
Who is Charles Darwin?
A 100
This person suggested
that there would soon
be insufficient food and
living space for the
growing population.
A 200
Who is Malthus?
A 200
He proposed that giraffes got their
long necks from stretching them.
(the idea of use and disuse)
A 300
Who is Lamarck?
A 300
Geologists that proposed Earth to
be many millions of years old,
older than anyone believed.
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Who is Hutton and Lyell?
A 400
Process by which individuals
better suited to their
environment can survive and
reproduce most successfully.
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What is
Natural Selection or
Survival of the Fittest?
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A long, slow change in
organisms over long
periods of time.
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What is Evolution?
B 100
Any inherited trait or
characteristic that
increases an
organism’s chances for
survival.
B 200
WhatisisAdaptation?
adaptation?
What
B 200
A sudden change in the
sequence of DNA
B 300
What is a Mutation?
B 300
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A process in which HUMANS
choose the most desirable
traits of a population for
breeding purposes.
B 500
What is Artificial Selection?
B 500
Preserved or
mineralized remains of
organisms usually found
in sedimentary rock.
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What are Fossils?
C 100
Structures that have similar
internal structure but are
adapted for different purposes
(Example: Human arm/Bat wing)
C 200
What are
Homologous Structures?
C 200
•Fossil Records
•Geographical Distribution
•Homologous Structures
•Vestigial Organs
•Similarities in Embryology
C 300
What is
Evidence of Evolution?
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DAILY
Place A Wager
DOUBLE
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Appendix in Humans
Leg Bones in Whales
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What are examples of
Vestigial Structures?
C 400
The early stages of
development in organisms in
which there are many
similarities among different
species.
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What is Embryology?
C 500
This may happen if a
species lacks the variations
necessary to adapt to a
changing environment.
D 100
What is Die and
Become Extinct?
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This historical event in England
caused tree trunks and buildings to
blacken with soot allowing for birds
and other predators to hunt the
light-colored moths more easily.
D 500
What is
The Industrial Revolution?
D 500
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Differences such as
fur color shape of teeth
beak sizes shapes in shells
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What is Variation?
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