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Le Hw4.3.5

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LE HW4.3.5
These questions deal with evolution, homologous structures, and evolutionary trees.
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1.  The study of fossils has allowed scientists to
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2.  Evolution is the process of the
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3.  The diagrams below show the bones in the forelimbs of three different organisms. Similarities in the bone arrangements support the hypothesis that these organisms
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4.  Base your answers to this question on the diagram below, which represents the relationships between animals in a possible canine family tree, and on your knowledge of biology. According to the diagram, which group of organisms has the most closely related members?
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5.  Evolution is often represented as a branching tree diagram similar to the one shown below.  The names shown represent different groups of organisms alive today; the lines represent their evolutionary histories. The statement that is best supported by the diagram is that
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6.  The diagrams below show the bones in the forelimbs of three different organisms. Differences in the bone arrangements support the hypothesis that these organisms
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7.  Base your answers to this question on the diagram below, which represents the relationships between animals in a possible canine family tree, and on your knowledge of biology. According to the canine family tree, weasels, foxes, and domestic dogs all most likely originated from the
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8.  The bones in the forelimbs of three mammals are shown below. For these mammals, the number, position, and shape of the bones most likely indicates that they may have
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9.  The process by which a species passes out of existence is known as
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