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EVOLUTION
Biology by Miller and Levine; Prenntice Hall Publishing©2006
JEOPARDY #1
Darwin’s
Theory
Vocab
Scientists
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Miscellaneous
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Darwin’s Theory
100
Islands Darwin visited that most
influenced his ideas about species
diversity
A: What are the Galάpagos Islands ?
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Darwin’s Theory
200
Another name for
“survival of the fittest”
A: What is natural selection?
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Darwin’s Theory
300
What Darwin called the ability of an
organism to survive and reproduce in its
environment _________________
A: What is fitness?
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Darwin’s Theory
400
Darwin’s idea that each species has
descended with changes from other
species over time
A: What is descent with modification ?
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Darwin’s Theory
500
Name 3 kinds of evidence that support
Darwin’s theory of evolution
A: What are fossils, artificial selection,
geographic distribution, homologous
structures, vestigial organs, embryology,
DNA similarities, appearance of new
diseases like, HIV/bird flu and antibiotic
resistant bacteria?
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Vocabulary
100
The selection for breeding of
organisms with useful traits by
humans
A: What is artificial selection?
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Vocabulary
200
Structures that have different
mature forms but develop from
the same embryonic tissues
A: What are homologous structures?
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Vocabulary
300
Idea that organisms that are best suited to
their environment survive and reproduce
most successfully
A: What is “survival of the fittest” ?
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Vocabulary
400
Any inherited characteristic that
increases and organisms chance
for survival
A: What is an adaptation?
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Vocabulary
500
Characteristic that increases an
organism’s chances of survival
A: What is an adaptation ?
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Scientists
100
Name one of the geologists
whose ideas influenced Darwin
A: Who is James Hutton OR
Charles Lyell?
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Scientists
200
French naturalist who proposed the
inheritance of acquired traits
A: Who is Jean-Baptiste Lamarck?
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Scientists
300
Explain why Lamarck’s
hypothesis about inheritance of
acquired traits is incorrect?
A: What is “genes determine which
traits are passed on”; acquired traits
aren’t inheritable?
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Scientists
400
Economist who predicted that the
human population will grow faster
than the food and space needed to
sustain it
A: Who is Thomas Malthus?
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Scientists
500
Scientist whose similar ideas about
evolution prompted Darwin to publish
his THEORY of EVOLUTION
A: Who is Alfred Wallace?
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http://www.angelfire.com/ab7/evolution12/evolutionclues.html
Picture ID
100
These are examples of
__________________
Homologous structures
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Biology by Miller and Levine; Prenntice Hall Publishing©2006
Picture ID
200
Skink legs are examples of
________________
Vestigial organs
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Biology by Miller and Levine; Prenntice Hall Publishing©2006
Picture ID
300
The idea that this crab
could make its claw
bigger by using it
and then pass this
“big claw trait” on to
its offspring
A: What Inheritance of Acquired traits?
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Picture ID
400
This turtle’s long neck, a porcupine’s
quills, and a polar bear’s white fur are
all examples of _______________
adaptations
Images from: Biology by Miller and Levine; Prenntice Hall Publishing©2006
http://www.toykeeper.com/pages/fp.porcupine.html
http://pcs.linuxkidd.com/Wallpaper/Animals/Polar_Bear_Cub.jpg
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http://www.practicallyedible.com/edible.nsf/(images)/ed.2409/$file/lima_beans.jpg
Picture ID
500
Finding lima beans with a variety of
different sizes is an example of
_____________________
Natural variation
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Image from: http://io.uwinnipeg.ca/~simmons/16cm05/1116/16anim3.htm
Miscellaneous
100
Name the ship that Darwin
sailed on
A: What is the Beagle?
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Miscellaneous
200
Name the book Darwin
published providing evidence for
this THEORY OF EVOLUTION
A: What is
“On the Origin of Species”?
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Miscellaneous
300
Which of the following is NOT part
of Darwin’s THEORY of EVOLUTION?
natural variation
overproduction of offspring
survival of the fittest
inheritance
of
acquired
characteristics
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descent with modification
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Miscellaneous
400
Explain how the fossil record
supports Darwin’s theory of
evolution
A: Shows the Earth is very old allowing
time for evolution to happen;
Shows record of change over time;
Shows intermediate organisms
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http://www.zo.utexas.edu/faculty/sjasper/images/so28_04.gif
Miscellaneous
500
Explain how DNA sequencing supports
Darwin’s theory of evolution
A: Organisms with more shared DNA
sequences have a more recent
common ancestor; characteristics of
human chromosome #2 show human
relatedness to chimpanzees
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