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Evolution Review Game. Answer each question by writing your answers on a piece of paper. I will give about 30 seconds for you to discuss each question with your partners. When all the questions have been answered, we will exchange our answers. The group with the most correct answers WINS !.

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evolution review game
Evolution Review Game
  • Answer each question by writing your answers on a piece of paper. I will give about 30 seconds for you to discuss each question with your partners. When all the questions have been answered, we will exchange our answers. The group with the most correct answers WINS!
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2 of 23: As explained in the theory of evolution by natural selection, organisms with adaptations are more likely to survive and _____.
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3 of 23: Darwin noticed that finches had different kinds of beaks in areas with different food sources. What term best explains this?
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4 of 23: The Galapagos tortoises with short necks and legs lived in areas of low vegetation, while the tortoises with long necks and legs lived in areas with tall plants. This is an example of…

What’s up?

5 of 23 what are the 4 factors that led to natural selection

5 of 23: What are the 4 factors that led to natural selection?

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______________

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6 of 23: Evidence for evolution in Darwin’s time came from several sources. Name and explain one of the four evidences.
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9 of 22) The top picture is showing what type of structures? What is another(different) example of this?
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14 of 23: There are two types of sexual selection. What are they and how do these pictures depict them?

B

A

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16 of 23: What type of evolution explains how these two different species evolve similar characteristics?
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19 of 23: What two terms explain what usually happens after a mass extinction, in terms of speciation?

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20 of 23: What are the main differences between relative dating and radiometric dating of fossils?

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22 of 23: _________________ is a relationship in which one organism lives within the body of another.

  • _________________ and _________________ may have developed through this process.
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23 of23: By looking at the DNA sequences below, would you say that the two species areclosely related or not closely related? What type of evidence is this?

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Exchange

Your

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1 of 22 what is the term for a group of organisms that can reproduce and have fertile offspring

1 of 22: What is the term for a group of organisms that can reproduce and have fertile offspring?

Species

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2 of 22: As explained in the theory of evolution by natural selection, organisms with adaptations are more likely to survive and ______________.

Reproduce

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3 of 22: Darwin noticed that finches had different kinds of beaks in areas with different food sources. This would best explain what among individuals in a group of organisms?

Variation

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4 of 22: The Galapagos tortoises with short necks and legs lived in areas of low vegetation, while the tortoises with long necks and legs lived in areas with tall plants. This is an example of…

What’s up?

Adaptation

5 of 22 what are the 4 factors that led to the theory of natural selection

5 of 22) What are the 4 factors that led to the theory of natural selection?

  • Variation
  • Overpopulation/overproduction
  • Adaptation
  • Descent with Modification

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6 of 22: Evidence for evolution in Darwin’s time came from several sources. Name and explain one of the four evidences.

Fossils: Bottom layers = older, upper layers = younger

Geography: Mainland organisms look very similar to those on nearby islands. organisms evolved in response to their habitat.

Embryology: Embryos of different species look very similar, but the adult species look very different.

Anatomy: Comparing body parts of different species.

9 of 22 the top picture is showing what type of structures what is another example of this
9 of 22) The top picture is showing what type of structures? What is another example of this?

Vestigial Structures

Wisdom Teeth

Appendix

Ostrich wings

12 of 22 what are the differences between artificial selection heritability and natural selection
12 of 22 What are the differences between artificial selection, heritability, and natural selection?

Artificial selection is where HUMANS breed for certain traits, natural selection is where nature is the selective agen. Heritability is the ability of traits to be passed down.

13 of 22 explain the picture below
13 of 22: Explain the picture below.

Genetic drift is a change in allele frequencies due to chance.

Bottleneck effect describes the effect of a destructive event that leaves only a few survivors in a population.

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14 of 22: There are two types of sexual selection. What are they and how do these pictures depict them?

Intrasexual- between males

Intersexual- males display for the females

15 of 22 what type of evolution is shown between these two closely related fox
15 of 22: What type of evolution is shown between these two closely related fox?

Divergent (common ancestor, but adapted to different environments)

16 of 22 how could these two different species evolve similar characteristics
16 of 22: How could these two different species evolve similar characteristics?

CONVERGENT (not closely related, but similar traits due to similar environment)

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18 of 22: What are the differences between mass and background extinctions?

Background- occur continuously, but at a very low rate

Mass- more rare, but much more intense

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19 of 22: What usually happens after a mass extinction?

Adaptive radiation and punctuated equilibrium

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20 of 22: What are the main differences between relative dating and radiometric dating of fossils?

Relative- estimates by comparing placement of fossils

Radiometric- uses half-life, or isotopes, for a more accurate age

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21 of 22: The Miller-Urey Experiment demonstrated?

Used to represent the conditions of early earth- demonstrated that organic molecules can be made from inorganic molecules.

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22 of 22: _________________ is a relationship in which one organism lives within the body of another.

  • _________________ and _________________ may have developed through this process.

Endosymbiosis, mitochondria and chloroplasts

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23: By looking at the DNA sequences below, would you say that the two species areclosely related or not closely related?

Closely related!

Molecular evidence!

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3 of 21: Darwin noticed that finches had different kinds of beaks in areas with different food sources. This would best explain what among individuals in a group of organisms?

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4 of 21: The Galapagos tortoises with short necks and legs lived in areas of low vegetation, while the tortoises with long necks and legs lived in areas with tall plants. This is an example of…

What’s up?

5 of 21 what are the 4 factors that led to natural selection

5 of 21: What are the 4 factors that led to natural selection?

______________

______________

______________

______________

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6 of 21: Evidence for evolution in Darwin’s time came from several sources. Name and explain one of the four evidences.
12 of 21 what are the differences between artificial selection heritability and natural selection
12 of 21: What are the differences between artificial selection, heritability, and natural selection?
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14 of 21: There are two types of sexual selection. What are they and how do these pictures depict them?
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19 of 21: What are the main differences between relative dating and radiometric dating of fossils?

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20 of 21: _________________ is a relationship in which one organism lives within the body of another.

  • _________________ and _________________ may have developed through this process.
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21 of 21: By looking at the DNA sequences below, would you say that the two species areclosely related or not closely related?

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