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2 The Earth is this old
3 What is a 4 billion years?
4 Naturalist on the HMS Beagle
5 Who was Charles Darwin?
6 The slow gradual change in a population of organisms over time
7 What is evolution?
8 Study of the locations of organisms around the world
9 What is biogeography?
10 Islands where Darwin studied finches and tortoises
11 What are the Galapagos Islands?
12 The driving force of evolution
13 What is natural selection?
14 Long time scale events that create and destroy species
15 What is macroevolution?
16 The study of body structures
17 What is anatomy?
18 Inherited characteristics that increases an organisms change for survival
19 What is an adaptation?
20 The first person to propose evolution
21 Who is Charles Darwin?
22 Ability of an individual to survive and reproduce
23 What is fitness?
24 Process that can create organisms with new appearances that will continue in future generations
25 What is descent with modification?
26 Length of time it takes for natural selection to occur
27 What is a long time?
28 Darwin proposed that organisms descended from
29 What is a common ancestor?
30 Survival of the fittest
31 What is natural selection?
32 Darwin discovered different types of beaks in these
33 What are finches?
34 Organs that do not serve an important function
35 What are vestigial organs?
37 Two structures all living things have
38 What are nucleic acids and protein?
39 The remains or traces of an organism that died a long time ago
40 What are fossils?
41 Short time scale that causes changes in genotypes and pheonotypes of organsisms
42 What is microevolution?
43 Structures with similar forms but different functions
44 What are homologous structures?
46 The three biological molecules scientist study to show evolutionary relationships
47 What are DNA, RNA, and protein?
48 Final Jeopardy
The four main principles of Natural Selection 50
51 What are overproduction of offspring, variation, adaptation, and descent with modification?
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