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Theory of Evolution Vocab Evidence of Evolution Misc. Macro- Evolution Classification 100
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
A 400 Geologists that proposed Earth to be many millions of years old, older than anyone believed.
Who is Hutton and Lyell? A 400
Process by which individuals better suited to their environment can survive and reproduce most successfully. A 500
What is Natural Selection or Survival of the Fittest? A 500
B 100 A long, slow change in organisms over long periods of time.
B 100 What is Evolution?
B 200 Any inherited trait or characteristic that increases an organism’s chances for survival.
B 200 What is adaptation? What is Adaptation?
B 300 A sudden change in the sequence of DNA
B 300 What is a Mutation?
A process in which HUMANS choose the most desirable traits of a population for breeding purposes. B 500
What is Artificial Selection? B 500
C 100 Preserved or mineralized remains of organisms usually found in sedimentary rock.
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
C 300 Fossil Records Geographical Distribution Homologous Structures Vestigial Organs Similarities in Embryology
C 300 What is Evidence of Evolution?
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
Appendix in Humans Leg Bones in Whales C 400
What are examples of Vestigial Structures? C 400
C 500 The early stages of development in organisms in which there are many similarities among different species.
C 500 What is Embryology?
This may happen if a species lacks the variations necessary to adapt to a changing environment. D 100
What is Die and Become Extinct? D 100
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
F 200 Differences such as fur color shape of teeth beak sizes shapes in shells
F 200 What is Variation?
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