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Unformatted text preview: 31. 32. 33. 34. b) the new species is often the result of some sort of genetic adaptation c) diversity is never increased (1) the new species “branches” out from the original species e) both c and d are correct The principle of parsimony states that... a) the simplest answer is usually the most correct b) species can only evolve if they meet certain criteria c) only animals can evolve, not plants d) if Dr. Harbison says something is the right answer, then it is e) in order for two species to mate they have to really like eachother Assume the following. You have 100 marbles that represent a population. You put your population into a bottle and flip the bottle over. Only 5 marbles come out, therefore their allele frequencies will change due to the new smaller number of mating individuals. What is this an example of? a) macroevolution b) microevolution c) allopolyploidy d) autopolyploidy e) bottleneck effect Scrub jays help to build nests for their families and the new offspring that come along. If a predator approaches, the scrub jays will throw themselves over the nest and allow themselves to be killed in order to save the lives of the new offspring. This is an example of what? a) kin selection b) sexual selection c) investing in inclusive fitness d) both a and c are correct e) both a and b are correct Pastuer’s experiments suggested that spontaneous generation possible while Stanley Miller’s experiments suggested that spontaneous generation possible. a) was, was not b) was not, was c) both of these individuals experiments suggested spontaneous generation was possible (1) neither of these individuals did experiments on spontaneous generation e) might be, was not There is a population of 400 squids. There are 200 homozygous recessive individuals, 150 homozygous dominant individuals and 50 heterozygotes. Use this scenario to answer questions 35, 36 and 37. ...
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