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    Birds get smaller with each generation, until they can fir inside the tunnels

    Birds learn to plug up the tunnels, forcing the insects to the surface for air

    Birds begin eating bark and leaves instead

    Birds` beaks get progressively longer and thinner with each generation

    The best answer is D. Birds` beaks get progressively longer and thinner with each generation.

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    32 Qs

    1. Multiple-choice 30 seconds

    Q. Survival of the Fittest and Evolution were proposed by what scientist?

    answer choices Charles Darwin Albert Einstein Steven Hawking Isaac Newton 2. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Behavioral changes of individuals of a species that allow for better survival. (Acquired traits)

    answer choices Variation Adaptation Behavior Environment 3. Multiple-choice 30 seconds

    Q. When every organism of a species has died.

    answer choices Evolution Natural Selection Extinction

    Artificial Selection

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    Q. Where the better adapted organisms survive to pass traits along to offspring.

    answer choices Evolution Natural Selection Extinction Artifical Selection 5. Multiple-choice 30 seconds

    Q. What was the name of the ship Darwin traveled the world on?

    answer choices HMS Beagle SS Beagle HMS Bugle SS Bugle 6. Multiple-choice 30 seconds

    Q. What are the most studied animals in the galapagos?

    answer choices Finches Tortoises Turtles Lizards 7. Multiple-choice 30 seconds

    Q. What is the advantage of having different shaped beaks?

    answer choices

    To look different from other species.

    To be able to eat the food readily available in the environment.

    To protect itself against predators.

    To protect itself against prey.

    8. Multiple-choice 30 seconds

    Q. The theory of evolution by natural selection means that what is changing over time?

    answer choices

    The inherited traits of a population.

    The acquired traits of a population.

    Hair color and eye color

    Attractive features.

    9. Multiple-choice 30 seconds

    Q. Why are advantageous traits more likely to be passed onto offspring?

    answer choices

    Because they are more likely to survive and reproduce.

    Because they come from dominant alleles.

    Because they come from recessive alleles.

    Because the trait is an acquired phenotype.

    10. Multiple-choice 30 seconds

    Q. When an organism copies a characteristic of something else in order to better its chances for survival and reproduction

    answer choices hibernation camouflage mimicry migration 11. Multiple-choice 30 seconds

    Q. The seasonal movement of an organism from one place to another

    answer choices camouflage migration hibernation function 12. Multiple-choice 45 seconds

    Q. Which adaptation would NOT help a hawk catch a mouse?

    answer choices Hollow Bones Good eye sight Talons Camouflage 13. Multiple-choice 30 seconds

    Q. Cactus has spines instead of leaves. The spines reduces water loss through the stomata.

    answer choices Structural Behavioural 14. Multiple-choice 45 seconds

    Q. Which feature helps an animal hide from other animals?

    answer choices

    looking like a dangerous animal

    being the same color as the place it lives (camoflauge)

    having sharp claws or a strong shel

    having only a few young and caring for them

    15. Multiple-choice 30 seconds

    Q. Why do animals use camouflage?

    answer choices To look pretty To stay safe

    To play Hide and Go Seek

    To eat food 16. Multiple-choice 45 seconds Q.

    Organism which can successfully adapt with the environment changes, reproduce and continue its generation. The one which does not adapt will extinct. These refer to...

    answer choices migration speciation natural selection isolating mechanism 17. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    A developing male pig had a change in his DNA that resulted in his coat becoming spotted.

    answer choices Genetic Drift Non-random mating Mutation Natural Selection 18. Multiple-choice 30 seconds

    Q. The different sizes of bird beaks in the same  species of bird is known as

    answer choices Adaptation Variation 19. Multiple-choice 30 seconds

    Q. A squid will squirt black ink at predators when frightened.

    answer choices

    Behavioral Adaptation

    Structural Adaptation

    20. Multiple-choice 30 seconds

    Q. An example of a behavioral adaptation is

    answer choices

    The long neck of a giraffe

    Penguins huddling together for warmth

    A camel's hump used to store water

    A polar bear's white fur used for camouflage

    21. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    a bird that can easily outcompete other birds for food and that can produce many eggs has a high

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    He developed the modern theory of evolution.

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    What was Charles Darwin's main contribution to science?

    He developed the modern theory of evolution.

    What term would best describe Darwin's decision to sail aboard the HMS Beagle?

    Serendipitous

    What was the mission that lead Darwin's boat to sea?

    Mapping the South America coastline

    What is an inherited trait?

    A characteristic determined by an organism'e genes

    Humans ans chimpanzees both developed from?

    Common ancestors

    When is a trait most likely to be passed on to the next generation?

    When is becomes an advantage to the organisms survival

    In what major way did Darwin's ideas diverge from Lamarck's?

    Lamarck thought changes to an individual animal during its lifetime would be passed to off spring

    What can you infer from the fact that Darwin studied theology before dedicating the rest of his life to science?

    Theology didn't captivate his mind the same way science did

    Which is the most likely evolutionary response of birds to a food supply of insects living in deep narrow tunnels?

    Birds' beaks get progressively longer and thinner with each generation.

    What did Darwin study to learn more about natural selection

    Finches among other things

    Where did Darwin conduct his research

    Argentina and the Galapagos Islands

    What is a species?

    A set of organisms who share similar traits and can interbreed

    Whats the name for a variation that can be passed along to an organisms' off spring

    Mutation

    What are environmental pressures

    The factors that cause organisms to compete for resources

    What is another term for natural selection

    Survival of the fittest

    How does natural selection work?

    Those who are best adapted to their environment survive and reproduce

    What did Darwin compare the theory of evolution to

    The branches on a tree

    Whats a consequence to the theory of evolution

    All life is connected if you go back in time

    How long does it take for evolution to occur

    It varies

    When did most of the dinosaurs become extincted

    About 65 million years ago

    A species is a group of organisms that?

    Share enough common traits to breed

    What is mass extinction?

    When a large percentage of the species on Earth become extinct

    Why do scientist believe that mass extinctions occurr

    Major changes in the environment

    About how many species have gone extinct over the course of Earth's histroy

    More than one billion

    What recent human activities have put pressure on the environment

    Deforestation and commercial fishing

    In science a theory is?

    An idea supported by experimentation and facts

    Evolution takes place over long periods of time as a result of?

    Comepition between organisms for limited resources

    In the 1970's, what did the pesticide DDT nearly cause the extinction of?

    The bald eagle

    Why is the growing level of extinctions a problem?

    Extinctions affect the entire ecosystem

    What does function mean?

    How something is used

    What is Anatomy?

    The study of the parts or structures of living things.

    What is Anatomy's purpose

    To find out how closely related living things are to eachother

    What are fossils?

    Remains or traces of organisms that lived long ago

    An organism in it very early stages of development before it is born is called?

    An embryo What is Embryology?

    The study of embryos as they develop.

    Organisms with similar embryos probably evolved from?

    Common ancestors

    What is Biochemistry?

    All living things are made-up of chemicals called proteins

    How many types of proteins are there

    Many

    Blood of certain animals have particular kinds of what?

    Proteins

    Why do scientist compare blood proteins of different animals?

    To tell how closely the organisms are related.

    Each protein has its own chemical print or structures.

    Scientist can identify the chemical make up of proteins

    What are vestigial's?

    "left overs" Reduced in size and serve no function

    What do scientist think about vestigial's?

    Vestigial structures had a function in the ancestors of the animals that now have them

    How many animals have vestigial structures?

    Almost all animals and humans have more than 100.

    Name one human vestigial structure?

    The appendix

    Fossils found in what part of the rock show that they are old?

    The bottom layers

    When did the first horse appear?

    60 million years ago

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