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10. Evolution

Evidences of evolution

fossil record the history of life in the geologic past as indicated by the traces or remains of living things
biogeography the study of the geographical distribution of living organisms and fossils on Earth
homologies describes a trait that is shared by a group of species because it is inherited from a common ancestor
anatomical homology body part that is similar in structure on different organisms
molecular homology DNA, amino acids, or proteins that are the same in different organisms
developmental homology stages of embryonic development are the same in different organisms
cladogram / phylogenic trees a branching diagram that shows how organisms are related through evolution
Created by: cfhsbiology