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Grade 11 Evolution
Grade 11 Evolution
Grade 11 Evolution
Breeding cats to produce ony white ones is an example of                       .
  1. modification selection
  2. breed selection
  3. natural selection
  4. artificial selection
Grade 11 Evolution
Grade 11 Evolution
Which are examples of a vestigial organ?
  1. legs of a horse
  2. fins of a fish
  3. arms of a monkey
  4. wings of an ostrich
Grade 11 Evolution
Grade 11 Evolution
Spontaneous generation refers to which of the following?
  1. reproduction in animals
  2. growing a new limb if one is damaged
  3. happens in bacteria
  4. life from non-living matter
Grade 11 Evolution
Grade 11 Evolution
Humans and mice have differences in only 18 out of 51 amino acids in their insulin proteins. Mice and guinea pigs also have 18 differences.

From this, what can be inferred?
  1. humans are related to guinea pigs, but not mice.
  2. humans are as related to mice as mice are to guinea pigs.
  3. mice and guinea pigs are related to each other, but not to humans.
  4. mice are related to humans but not guinea pigs
Grade 11 Evolution
Which of these provides evidence of the common ancestry of all life?
  1. The universality of the gentic code
  2. the structure of chloraplast
  3. The Structure of Cilia
  4. Struture of the nucleus
  5. Ubiquitious use of catalysts by living systems
Grade 11 Evolution
  1. occurs at such a slow pace that no one has ever observed the emergence of new species.
  2. occurs only by the accumulation of genetic change over vast expanses of time.
  3. must begin with the geographic isolation of a small, frontier population.
  4. and microevolution are synonymous
  5. can involve changes to a single gene
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