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What term is given to the genetic makeup of an individual or the genes What term is given to the genetic makeup of an individual or the genes that they inherit? Genotype Genetic code Phenotype Gene pool

A spontaneous change in the sequence of nitrogenous bases in a gene or a A spontaneous change in the sequence of nitrogenous bases in a gene or a chromosome is called … Genotype Phenotype Test cross Mutation

A feature that an organism or species possesses, develops or evolves that suits/adjusts the A feature that an organism or species possesses, develops or evolves that suits/adjusts the organism to its environment to increase it’s chances of survival and reduce competition is … Evolution An adaptation Natural selection A vestigial form

How modern plants and animals have gradually developed from pre -existing forms over long How modern plants and animals have gradually developed from pre -existing forms over long periods of time is also known as … Natural selection Evolution Adaptation Mutations

The ability to cycle a bicycle is an example of … A spontaneous generation The ability to cycle a bicycle is an example of … A spontaneous generation A gene expression An inherited variation An acquired variation

Which of the following describes characters of organisms that have seemingly lost most or Which of the following describes characters of organisms that have seemingly lost most or all of their function in a species through evolution? Pentadactyl Vestigiality Homologous Adaptive radiation

The term used to describe the same structure found on different organisms, originating from The term used to describe the same structure found on different organisms, originating from a common ancestor, but with different functions is … Vestigial structure Adaptive radiation Homologous structure Pentadactyl limb

The way nature selects organisms with advantageous genes which allow them to adapt to The way nature selects organisms with advantageous genes which allow them to adapt to the environment, and pass them on to successive generations is known as … Adaptation Natural selection Evolution Mutations

What term is given to the fivefingered appendage found in nearly all terrestrial vertebrates? What term is given to the fivefingered appendage found in nearly all terrestrial vertebrates? Pentadactyl limb Forelimb Hindlimb None of these

Which of the following is not an inheritable blood disorder? Diabetes mellitus Haemophilia Cystic Which of the following is not an inheritable blood disorder? Diabetes mellitus Haemophilia Cystic fibrosis Sickle cell anaemia

Which of the following is a result of natural selection? Inherited variations Speciation Spontaneous Which of the following is a result of natural selection? Inherited variations Speciation Spontaneous mutations Over-breeding

Which of the following is not an area of study in support of evolution? Which of the following is not an area of study in support of evolution? Palaeontology Comparative anatomy Embryology Taxonomy

In addition to Darwin, another scientist associated with theories of evolution is … Mendel In addition to Darwin, another scientist associated with theories of evolution is … Mendel Wallace Jenner Benedict

Homologous chromosomes which are similar in both the sexes are referred to as … Homologous chromosomes which are similar in both the sexes are referred to as … Sex chromosomes Homozygous Autosomes Heterozygous

Which of the following is not an example of a vestigial organ or structure? Which of the following is not an example of a vestigial organ or structure? Muscle of the human ear Penguin’s wing Human appendix Coccyx of the human skeleton

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