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Grade 10 Evolution
Grade 9 Evolution
When an environment favors the two extreme types of a population, what is the type of selection occurring?
  1. Disruptive selection
  2. Diversifying selection
  3. Changing selection
  4. Intuitive selection
Grade 9 Cell Structure and Function
Because the cell membrane chooses the materials that can cross through its boundary, it is
  1. selectively porous
  2. selectively permeable
  3. selectively fluid
  4. selectively solid
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
College Communities, Populations, and Ecosystems
                  have limited homeostatic capability, and often have a high mortality rate.
  1. a-selected species
  2. b-selected species
  3. r-selected species
  4. k-selected species
Grade 7 Evolution
Grade 7 Evolution
According to Darwin's theory of evolution, how do new species evolve?
  1. artificial selection
  2. by random chance
  3. by natural selection
  4. by unnatural selection
Grade 8 World War I
The                       provided for a system of conscription.
  1. Selective State Act
  2. Selective Men Act
  3. Selective Service Act
College DNA, RNA, and Genetics
Graduate Evolution
As what is evolutionary fitness defined?
  1. Sexual selection
  2. The ability of an organism to survive and reproduce
  3. Directional Selection
  4. Selected for or against
Grade 8 Evolution
Which is modern evidence for evolution?
  1. change
  2. natural selection
  3. selection
  4. transitional fossils
Grade 11 Applied Arts
Grade 10 Evolution
Sparrows with average–sized wings survive severe storms better than those with longer or shorter wings, illustrating
  1. the bottleneck effect
  2. disruptive selection
  3. frequency–dependent selection.
  4. neutral variation.
  5. stabilizing selection.
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