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Natural
Selection
Evidence of
Evolution
Geologic
Time
Macro
evolution
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Who is Charles Darwin?
This naturalist hypothesized
that species change over time
by natural selection.
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What is FACE + G?
This memory device is used
to remember the five strands
of evidence of evolution.
1,2
What are fossils?
These preserved ancient
remains usually follow the
law of superposition.
1,3
What is natural selection?
Dog and horse breeders
do NOT allow this to occur,
because they breed animals
to pass on particular traits.
1,4
What is a theory?
This is an explanation for
many observations that have
data to support them.
2,1
What is radioactive dating?
Fossils can be dated in two
ways. Name the more accurate
of the two.
2,2
What is Cenozoic, Mesozoic, Paleozoic, & Precambrian?
The order of the four eras from
most recent to most ancient.
2,3
What is geographic isolation?
Darwin’s finches underwent
adaptive radiation because of
this type of reproductive
isolation.
2,4
What is survival of the fittest?
This results from an organism
with inherited adaptations
that gives it an advantage in a
particular environment.
3,1
What are vestigial organs?
Ear muscles that allow the ear
to move like a dog are described
as this for humans, because
we do not need to
move our ears.
3,2
What are anaerobic prokaryotes or bacteria?
These organisms are like the
first organisms on Earth.
The first organisms left
microfossil evidence
during the Precambrian era .
3,3
What is punctuated equilibrium?
Gradualism is the opposite
theory for this type of
macroevolution.
3,4
What are the Galapagos Islands?
Darwin made many
observations on these islands
that inspired his
book, The Origin of Species.
4,1
What is chemical evidence?
All cells have DNA or RNA
to transmit genetic information.
This is what type of evidence
of evolution?
4,2
What is China?
Location where new human race
was discovered a few weeks ago..
4,3
What is a cladogram?
Derived characters are shown
as dots on the main line of
these graphs that
show evolutionary
relationships.
4,4
What is adaptive radiation?
Darwin’s finches are an
example of this
process of evolution.
5,1
What is geographical evidence?
Similar fossils on different
continents is this type of
evidence for evolution.
5,2
What is mass extinction?
The dinosaurs disappeared from
Earth due to the
effects of this event.
5,3
What is convergent evolution?
Fish, penguins, seals,
whales, and dolphins are
examples of this process.
5,4