module 4- Evolution

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  • Created on: 16-05-18 12:30

1. Define a species

  • A group of similar organisms that can interbreed to produce fertile offsprings.
  • A group of different organisms that can interbreed to produce fertile offsprings.
  • A group of similar organisms that can interbreed to produce infertile offprings.
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2. State 3 types of evidence for evolution

  • Fossil records, Biochemistry and comparing anatomy.
  • DNA Analysis, Physiology and base sequence.
  • codons, amino acids and fossil records.

3. Name two human characteristics with variation caused solely by genetics.

  • Height and mass.
  • Eye colour and blood group.
  • Hair colour and texture.

4. A harmless snake mimicks the colours of a venomous snake. What type of adaptation is this?

  • Biochemical
  • Physiological
  • Anatomical
  • Behavioural

5. How does genetic variation arise within a species?

  • Independent assortment and crossing over of DNA during meiosis, Mutations, Alleles .
  • Mitosis, Mutations and independent assortment.

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