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How do phospholipids form membrane- like structures? a. They have both hydrophobic and hydrophilic regions, and so membrane-like structures occur spontaneously in water b. The reducing environment explains the formation of membrane-like structures c. The structures are formed by enzymes that speed up chemical reactions d. Through self-replication, DNA will aid in the formation of membrane-like structures e. All of the above
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Which of the following transitions are supported by fossil intermediates? a. dinosaurs to birds b. changes among species of horses c. terrestrial mammals to whales d. two out of the above three answers e. a, b & c
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Abalone species represent: a. reproductive isolation by a postzygotic
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Unformatted text preview: mechanism b. organisms that are incapable of overproducing offspring c. evolution by acquired characteristics d. reproductive isolation by gametic isolation e. useful home-cleaning products Three evolutionary forces commonly act to cause differentiation between populations during allopatric speciation. Those forces are: a. reproductive isolation, overproduction of offspring and geographic separation b. homology, mutation and natural selection c. common ancestry, homology and acquired traits d. mutation, natural selection and genetic drift e. none of the above The midterm is on: a. Saturday b. Monday c. Tuesday d. Wednesday e. When heck freezes over...
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