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Biology Module #9

All vocabulary words Apologia Biology module #9

TermDefinition
The immutability of species The idea that each individual species on the planet was specially created by God and could never fundamentally change
Microevolution The theory that natural selection, can over time, take an organism and transform it into a more specialized species of that organism
Macroevolution The hypothesis that processes similar to those at work in microevolution can, over eons of time, transform an organism into a completely different kind of organism
Strata Distinct layers of rock
Fossils Preserved remains of once living organisms
Paleontology The study of fossils
Structural homology The study of similar structures in different species
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