EVOLUTION

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Evolution

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Assume that a population is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium for a trait controlled by one locus and two alleles. If the frequency of the dominant allele is 0.90, what is the frequency of the recessive allele?

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All are assumptions in Hardy- Weinberg equilibrium except:

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 If union of gametes to produce next generation is random, then allele frequencies between two generations are:

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Evolutionary convergence is characterized by: 

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Evidences of evolutionary relationships are found in the form of:

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The minimum age of a fossil is:

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Key point of Lamarck's view about organic evolution is that every offspring:

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The initial theory that environment can bring about changes in individuals was proposed by:

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Modern era scientists agree that life on earth came into being by: 

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Darwin wrote:

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 Which of the following processes had resulted in the production of different breeds of domestic dogs and pigeons?

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Change in the frequency of alleles at a locus that occurs by chance is:

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 If all members of a population are homozygous for the same allele, that allele is said to be:

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The total aggregate of genes in a population at any one time is called population's:

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Adaptations that an organism acquires by its own actions are:

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 In humans gill pouches have modified into:

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The actual remains or traces of organisms that lived in ancient geological times:

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Neo-Darwinism has integrated discoveries and ideas from all except:

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Who developed a theory of natural selection essentially identical to Darwin's?

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Flagella might have arisen through the ingestion of:

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 Prokaryotes are considered to be evolved:

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What was the source of hydrogen for first photosynthetic organisms?

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Archaebacteria can survive at:

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Which scientist does not match his achievements? 

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When two species of different genealogy come to resemble each other as a result of adaptation, the phenomenon is termed?

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he Finches of Galapagos Islands provide evidence in favor of:

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The concept of chemical evolution is based on:

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Which one of the following statements is correct? 

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At a particular locus, frequency of A allele is 0.6 and that of a is 0.4. What would be the frequency of heterozygotes in a random mating population at equilibrium?

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Which one of the following statement could not be used to describe a species:

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 A particularly puzzling case of geographical distribution was ____of Galapagos island.

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Analogous organs help organism to live in:

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Functionally different but structurally alike organs are:

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Modern biological sciences suggest that____are the ancestors of all life forms.

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Which is not a character of fossils? 

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_____provides a visual records in a complex series showing the evolution of an organism.

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 Product of evolution is:

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Which one is related to natural selection?

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Main points developed by Darwin in origin of species are: 

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 Which is not a geographical barrier?

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 How many types of finches were observed by Darwin at Galapagos Island?

 

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Which statement is contradictory to Lamarckism?

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Which is not related to the idea of use and disuse: 

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Process that have transformed life on earth from its earliest form to that vast variety we observe today:

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The presence Of gill slits, in the embryos of all vertebrates, supports the theory of:

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Survival in the struggle for existence depends upon:

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Survival is only for the fittest is true for:

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 According to Darwin_____ become better adapted to local environment through  natural selection.

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What is the perception of Darwin about unity of life?

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Wallace developed theory of_____- essentially identical to Darwin's.

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Darwin perceived origin of new species and_____

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 Unique fauna was observed by Darwin in: 

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Which one is according to Lamarckism:

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Modifications of an organism acquires during its life time can be passed along to its offspring is called as

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 Lamarck presented a mechanism to explain:

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 All of the following are related to evolution except:

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Series of changes in the genetic composition of a population over time is called:

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Over many years two population could become dissimilar enough to be designated as separate species that is applied upon:

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Which of the following practice deny inheritance of acquired characters?

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Which of the following is not an example of disuse of organs?

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