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Evolution Part 1 Study Guide
Identify and define three theories of geologic change that played a role in influencing
Darwin’s theory.
Identify the two methods that scientists use to date fossils and explain the advantages and
disadvantages of each.
Explain the difference between a homologous structure and a vestigial structure.
Who wrote the Origin of Species and is known as the father of evolution?
Define evolution & natural selection and be able to explain the relationship between the
two.
Identify and explain the 4 principles of natural selection.
Explain the different between variation and adaptation.
Identify and explain the 5 sources of evidence that evolution has occurred on earth.
Explain the difference between natural selection and artificial selection (selective
breeding).