Evidences of Common Ancestry
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  • Question 1
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    Q. Which evidence of common ancestry is being studied in this visual?
    answer choices
    biogeography
    fossil record
    anatomical homology
    molecular homology
  • Question 2
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    Q. Which evidence of common ancestry is being studied in this visual?
    answer choices
    biogeography
    fossil record
    anatomical homology
  • Question 3
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    Q. Which evidence of common ancestry is being studied in this visual?
    answer choices
    biogeography
    fossil record
    anatomical homology
  • Question 4
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    Q. Scientists compare the limbs of organisms to look for evidence of common ancestry. These limbs provide evidence of common ancestry because they -
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    perform the same function
    are the same size
    have the same basic structure
    are parts of the same animal
  • Question 5
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    Q. Which evidence of common ancestry is being studied in this visual?
    answer choices
    developmental homology
    molecular homology
    anatomical homology
  • Question 6
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    Q. The similarities among early stages of the embryos provide evidence that -
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    these organisms evolved from a common ancestor
    the organisms all retained their gills and tails
    the organisms belong to the same species
  • Question 7
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    Q. Which evidence of common ancestry is being studied in this visual?
    answer choices
    developmental homology
    molecular homology
    anatomical homology
  • Question 8
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    Q. What conclusions can be made based on this table shown?
    answer choices
    the American black bear and the giant panda are most closely related
    the giant panda and the red panda are most closely related
    the red panda and the racoon are the most closely related
  • Question 9
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    Q. The Galapagos Islands, a small group of islands off the coast of Ecuador, is home to reptiles such as the giant tortoise and the iguana. The eastern islands are much older than the islands to the west.  Which statement about the origin of these reptiles is best supported by this information?
    answer choices
    The ancestor of each species came from different continents at different times.
    The common ancestors of the reptiles probably came from Equador.
    The common ancestor of each species evolved in Peru and came to the islands at the same time.
  • Question 10
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    Q. The picture shows the members of the Camelidae family. The physical features and the geographical origin of these animals provide evidence that - 
    answer choices
    they live in the same type of environment.
    have slowly evolved to become herbivores.
    have a common ancestor.
    exchanged DNA in the past.
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