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1) Species that live today descended from a common ancestor, with modifications to their traits.
2) Use and disuse
3) Fossil record, comparative embryology, anatomical structures
1) standards of practice
2) durable power of attorney
5) hours of their medical practice
1. B 2. B 3. B 4. A 5. B
1. Standards of Practice
2. durable power of attorney
5. how much they get paid
1adaptation are acquired through use of those traits (that was lamarck)
2 . use and disuse (that was lamarck)
3.biochemical evidence (the rest he would have been used, not completely but there would have been elements available there)
I found the answer key online. Heres the link. https://www.pittsfordschools.org/site/handlers/filedownload.ashx?moduleinstanceid=3666&dataid=74819&FileName=1.pdf
Natural selection occurs if four conditions are met: reproduction, heredity, variation in physical characteristics and variation in number of offspring per individual.
Some types of evidence, such as fossils and similarities between related living organisms, were used by Darwin to develop his theory of natural selection, and are still used today. Others, such as DNA testing, were not available in Darwin's time, but are used by scientists today to learn more about evolution.what are two types of evidence that suggest that evolution has occurred? fossil evidence and molecular evidence. ... later fossils are more similar to modern organisms than earlier fossils, this suggests that change has occurred overtime.
Species that live today descended from a common ancestor, with modifications to their traits.
Adaptations are acquired through the use of those traits.
2. Which of the following is NOT one of the main points of Natural Selection?
Use and Disuse
3. Which type of evidence was Darwin' UNABLE to use, because of the time period, in which he lived? Check all answers that apply!
biochemical evidence/ biochemistry
anatomical structures - homologous/ analogous/ vestigial
Biogeography/ Geographic Distribution