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Double Jeopardy. Compliments of the James Madison Center, JMU. Where did Charles Darwin spend time doing his research?. The Galaogos Islands off the Pacific coast of South America. His observations helped him form what theory about how species change over time?.

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Double Jeopardy

Compliments of the James Madison Center, JMU

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Where did Charles Darwin

spend time doing his

research?

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The Galaogos Islands

off the Pacific coast of

South America

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His observations helped him

form what theory about how

species change over time?

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Theory of Natural Selection

or Theory of Evolution

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What was the name of

Charles Darwin’s book?

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What was the ship that took

Charles Darwin on his voyage

around the southern tip of

South America?

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What are Random changes of

DNA sequence that can lead

to greater or less fitness?

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________ allow an organism

to survive better in their

environment.

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Adaptations allow an organism

to survive better in their

environment.

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Animals who have greater

_________ survive in their

environment and live to

reproduce.

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Animals who have greater

fitness survive in their

environment and live to

reproduce.

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Populations will produce more

__________ than the environment

can support. (hint: a robin might lay

more eggs than it can care for)

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Populations produce more

offspring than the environment

can support.

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A group of interbreeding

individuals that live in the same

place at the same time is a _______.

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A group of interbreeding

individuals that live in the same

place at the same time is a

population.

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When a chameleon changes its

color to match its surroundings

it is using a form of ________.

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When a chameleon changes its

color to match its surroundings

it is using a form of Camouflage.

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What is the term for when an

organism looks or sounds

like another living organism?

(Ex. Monarch and Viceroy Butterfly)

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What is the theory that drives

evolution and states that species

change to adapt to their

environment over time?

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What is something about a species

that allows it to live in a particular

place in a particular way?

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What is the process by which

modern organisms have descended

from ancient organisms?

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Body structures that allow an

animal to find and consume

food, defend itself, and to

reproduce its species are _______

adaptations.

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Body structures that allow an

animal to find and consume

food, defend itself, and to

reproduce its species are physical

adaptations.

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What type of defense uses venom,

ink, or spray to defend against

predators?

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This type of adaptation allows

for animals to respond to life

needs. They are animals’ actions.

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Behaviors that have happened

naturally and do not have to be

learned are __________ behaviors.

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Behaviors that have happened

naturally and do not have to be

learned are instinctive behaviors.

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A structure that has been passed

from generation to generation

but is no longer used for a function.

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This stick bug is an

example of a physical

adaptation called

____________.

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This can be used to study the

evidence of evolution.