What is an adaptation?
An acquired trait that helps an organism survive in its environment
An inherited trait that helps an organism survive in its environment
A change in body structure as the result of an organisms attempts to survive
A learned survival only found in mammals
What type of adaptation allows an organism to blend in with its environment?
What is Natural Selection?
Charles Darwin's explanation about why some organisms survive and others do not
The process by which evolution occurs
The best adapted organisms will survive in a given environment
All of the above
Scientists agree that the earth is about _____ years old
The earliest living organism appeared about ____ years ago
To which animal are humans most closely related?
To which animal are humans least related?
Which of the following are evidence of evolution?
all of the above
A bats wing, frog's hand, whales flipper, and rabbits foot are all examples of:
All living things today are descended from the same:
Did humans evolve from monkeys?
Yes, which is why there are no more monkeys
No, we have nothing in common with monkeys
No, however we do share a common ancestor with monkeys
Yes, I am a monkey
How do adaptations happen?
Beneficial mutations to DNA are picked by an organism to pass on to offspring
Beneficial mutations to DNA occur randomly and organisms pass them on to offspring
Beneficial mutations to DNA are caused by an organism choosing to adapt
Beneficial mutations to DNA are the only mutations that can be passed on to offspring
If an organism inherits a trait that reduces its chances of survival, it has
Survival of the fittest means that
The animal that can best fit in a box will survive and pass on its DNA
The physically strongest animal will survive and pass on its DNA
An animal that is best adapted to their environment will survive and pass on its DNA
The best looking animals have the best chance at survival
How one animal changes directly into another
the process of living things changing over time
only observable in microorganisms
not supported by evidence
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