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Bio A Evolution

Evolution

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Which kingdom is a eukaryote, autotrophic, multicellular and contains cell walls? Plants
Which kingdom is a eukaryote, heterotrophic, and can move? Animals
Which kingdom contains molds and yeasts? Fungi
Which category of classification is the largest? Domain
Which category is the smallest? species
What is the correct order of classification? Domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
What term refers to the two name naming system used by today's classification? binomial nomenclature
Which kingdoms contain prokaryotes? archaebacteria and eubacteria
What are the three parts of Theory of Evolution based on Acquired Traits? Tendency toward perfection, use and disuse, inheritance of acquired traits
What are the four parts of the Theory of Evolution based on Natural Selection? too many offspring are produced, offspring have variations, some variations are beneficial and passed on, if isolated new species can evolve
What is a vestigial organ? Organs that seem to have no function now but probably did at one time.
What are homologous structures? Structures that are similar in different species of organisms
Which kingdom is a eukaryote, multicellular or unicellular, and heterotrophic? Fungi
Which kingdom is eukaryotic, mostly unicellular, and heterotrophic or autotrophic? Protist
What term describes a change in the traits of a population over time? evolution
What term describes a well tested explanation? theory
Who is credited with the Theory of Evolution based on "Natural Selection"? Charles Darwin
Who is credited with the Theory of Evolution based on "Acquried Traits"? Jean Baptist LaMarck
What is speciation? development of a new species
What is temporal isolation? isolation due to a difference in time of being ready to reproduce, like when flowers or pollen is produced
What is geographic isolation? isolation due to a physical barrier, such as a river, mountains, or some other land or water form
What is behavioral isolation? isolation that occurs when organisms do not recognize the mating behavior of a species
Created by: lb goodlock