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10.As discussed in the text, long-term continental drift had significant evolutionaryramifications becausea. groups of animals were no longer isolated from each other by oceans.b. groups of animals were isolated from each other by oceans.c. scientists can map the changes that occurred.d. geological activities induced volcanic activities which decimated populations of placentalmammals.e. the distribution of mammals and other land vertebrates were unaffected.
11.Development of a mammalian brain requires all of the following except:
12.The diversification of the mammals occurred mostly during the
13.What is the term for the rapid expansion and diversification of groups oforganisms into newly available ecological niches?
14The diversification of reptiles facilitated by the evolution of the reptilian egg is a
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.good example of which of the following?a. parallel evolutionb. adaptive radiationc. devolutiond. homologye. specialization
15.The theory that macroevolution proceeds as the result of gradualmicroevolutionary change
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Evolution, Physical Anthropology, distantly related species, structural similarities, evolutionary systematics, e homology
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