Both populations and genera
Populations, genera, and kingdoms
Can often be traced to a common ancestor.
Offer no evidence to support the theory of evolution.
Perform the same function no matter which species they are in.
May exhibit either analogy or homology but not both when compared to the forelimb of another animal.
Show convergence with some invertebrate structures.
Similar ecological requirements
All except continental drift
Useful in determining the extent to which a sexually reproducing population is evolving.
Used to predict when genetic drift will occur in a sexually reproducing population.
Useful in determining the extent to which polyploidy is occuring in specific plant populations.
Used to predict when specific groups of organisms will become extinct.
All of these
B and C
None of these
The environment controls which organisms will survive.
Humans determine which organisms will survive.
The extremes of the population have a lesser chance to survive.
The extremes of the population have a better chance to survive.
The organisms on one extreme of the population have a better chance to survive than those on the other extreme.
Food choices by predators.
The ability of birds to find the prey.
All of these.