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Unformatted text preview: that are more distantly related than between species that are more closely related. 7. Similarities of structures in different vertebrates provide evidence that all vertebrates share a common ancestor. Examples of Evolution 8. Individuals I hat have traits that enable them to survive in a given environment can reproduce and pass those traits to their offspring. 9. Experiments show that evolution through natural selection has occurred within populations of antibiotic-resistant bacteria and in Darwin's finches. 10. Speciation begins as a population adapts to its environment. 11. Reproductive isolation keeps newly forming species from breeding with one another. | P a g e Gautham 3/10/2010 | P a g e Gautham 3/10/2010...
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