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1. A certain population of a species of crickets feed on flower petals. The chemicals in the flowers cause the individuals in this population to turn the color of the flower. Which of these will most likely happen to the population over time? (Analysis of nonheritable variation – HOCS) A. The offspring of the crickets hatch to be the color of the flowers that the crickets ate. B. The population will be able to survive because they are camouflaged in the flowers of their diet. (Correct) C. The population will continue to exhibit the color of the flowers if they migrate to a different environment. D. The population will not survive because their acquired colors are not attractive to other crickets. E. The offspring of the crickets will never be the same color as their parents. 2. Knowing that female guppies prefer brightly colored mates which of the following populations will most likely thrive in their environment over time? (Analysis of natural selection – HOCS) A. Brightly colored male guppies in an environment with many predators. B. Dull colored male guppies in an environment with many predators. C. Dull colored male guppies in an environment with few predators. D. A and B E. Brightly colored male guppies in an environment with few predators. (Correct) 3. Imagine two small populations of beetles that live on separate islands. Population 1, consists of 90% homozygous AA, 9% heterozygous Aa, and 1% homozygous aa. Population 2 consists of 90% homozygous aa, 9% heterozygous Aa, and 1% homozygous
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