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Question 14 (5 points) Saved A scientist finds what she thinks is a new species of rodent on a small Pacific island. However, some similar-looking rodents inhabit some nearby islands. She mates the new rodent with the nearby rodents and gets viable but infertile offspring. Why? Question 14 options: The old and new rodents underwent vicariance, and their hybrid offspring were sterilized by adaptive radiation. The new rodents probably derive from fairly recent ancestors that experienced dispersive allopatric speciation.* The new and old rodents are both allopolyploid after undergoing sympatric speciation.
Question 15 (5 points) Saved Complete the following analogy: Microevolution is to population as macroevolution is to ______________.
reproduction individuals speciation Saved The sexually transmitted disease gonorrhea has become increasingly resistant to treatment with antibiotics. What is the most likely scientific explanation?
Question 17 (5 points) Saved What are the similarity of fish, frog, bird, and human embryos evidence of?
Genetic mutation Question 18 (5 points) Saved Mendel discovered that whether his peas were yellow or green is determined by a single gene in which yellow (Y) is dominant over green (y). Assuming low selective pressure, what does the Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium frequency term 2pq represent in the peas? Question 19 options: heterozygous, Yy homozygous recessive, yy homozygous dominant, YY

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