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From:Galapagos:A Natural History GuideVariations in Beaks ofGalapagos Islands FinchesWhich factor most directly in±uenced the evolutionof the diverse types of beaks of these °nches?A.predation by humansB.available food sourcesC.oceanic stormsD.lack of available niches
39.What will most likely occur as a result ofchanges in the frequency of a gene in a particularpopulation?
page 14CausesofBiodiversity/Speciation
40.A characteristic that an organism exhibits duringits lifetime will only a²ect the evolution of itsspecies if the characteristic43.A population of animals is permanently split bya natural barrier into two separate populations indi²erent environments.What will likely resultafter a long period of time?
41.Which factor most likely contributed to theevolution of Galapagos Islands °nches withdi²erent beak shapes?
42.When changes occur in the genes of sex cells,these changesA.lead to mutations in the parent organismB.are always harmful to the o²springC.can be the basis for evolutionary changeD.only a²ect asexually reproducing organisms

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Term
Spring
Professor
raksmey derival
Tags
DNA, Evolution, Mutation, di erent

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