Bbiology 1994 ap

Bbiology 1994 ap - APbiology 1994apexamquestions 1.

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AP biology  1994 ap exam questions 1. The wing of a bat, the flipper of a whale, and the forelimb of a horse appear very different, yet detailed studies reveal the presence of the same  basic bone pattern.  These structures are examples of:   a. analogous structures b. homologous structures c. vestigial structures d. balanced polymorphism e. convergent evolution 2. Which of the following is a correct statement about mutations?   a. They are a source of variation for evolution. b. They drive evolution by creating mutation pressures. c. They are irreversible. d. They occur in germ cells but not in somatic cells e. They are most often beneficial to the organisms in which they occur. 4. Although the seal and the penguin both have streamlined, fishlike bodies with a layer of insulating fat, they are not closely related.  This similarity  results from   a. convergent evolution
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