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Date Created: 02/13/16
Unit 5 Quiz: 1. According to Kottak, the concept of phenotypical adaptation is defined as: When adaptive changes occur during an individual's lifetime 2. Which of the following is a TRUE statement about the theory of Deep Time? The earth was created by natural processes 3. The combination of Darwin’s theory of natural selection with Mendel’s work on  inheritable traits is known as: The Modern Synthesis/Synthetic Theory of Evolution 4. The many species of finches on the Galapagos Islands that came from one species of  South American finch are an example of: Adaptive Radiation 5. Gregor Mendel's experiments with pea plants supported which of the following  statements? Traits are not blended together in the next generation, but function as pairs 6. A phenotype is: The observable expression of a genotype 7. According to Jean Baptiste Lamarck, if giraffes stretched their necks and legs to become  longer, their offspring would: Be born with longer necks and legs 8. Which of the following statements about mutations is not true? They decrease genetic variation 9. The concept of gene flow is defined as: The movement of traits between populations of a species by migrating individuals 10. If an individual's genetic traits are symbolized as "AA", then we would describe that  person as: Homozygous for that trait


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