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vocab. evoultion

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QuestionAnswerQuestion Answer
a type of fossil that firms when crystals fill a mold or sediments wash into a mold and harden into a rock casts an evidence of evolution vestigial structures
parts of organisms that are similar in origin and structure; and have common ancestors homologous structures a branch of biology molecular biology
the science of development of embryos from fertilization to birth embryology the independent evolution in similar environments of similar species but with no common ancestors convergent evolution
a type of evolution that occurs when populations of species are divided or separated by a physical barrier geographic isolation systematics
moving lithospheric plates plate tectonics
a class of individuals having some common traits or qualities species
a fossilization process in which ground water deposits minerals in empty spaces of an organism's original structures permineralization
the history of all known fossils and their placements in the formation of the rock and its position at the time fossil record a type of fossil that forms as an imprint molds
a scientist who studies fossils paleontologist the study of similarities and differences in the structures of organisms comparative anatomy
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