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  1. Biology

    check my answers? 1. What is the difference between Darwin's theory of evolution and Lamarck's theory of evolution? A)Darwin believed that organisms changed gradually over time, but Lamarck thought they changed suddenly. B)Lamarck believed that organisms

  2. Science

    Name two types of evidence used to support the theory of evolution explain how scientists use each type of evidence to provide support for evolution. give one example of each

  3. Biology

    All the following statements concerning the theory of evolution by natural selection are true EXCEPT: The bodies of organisms in a population change by use and disuse, and the changes are inherited by the next generation. Why is the above the correct

  4. Biology

    According to the Theory of Evolution, Natural Selection is the mechanism by which evolution occurs. Remember: evolution occurs at the level of the population. Individuals do not evolve, populations evolve. The process of Natural selection is based on the

  5. English grammar

    1. Fill in the blanks with suitable words. 2. Write the conjugation of the following verbs. 3. Change the pattern four sentence into the pattern three sentence by inserting a suitable preposition in each blank. 4. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words.

  6. mathematics

    Given the function f(x)=4|x|, write f(x) as a piecewise function that does not include absolute value symbols.Please fill the blanks f(x)=blank; when x≤ blank f(x)= blank; when x> blank

  7. Science

    Name two types of evidence used to support the theory of evolution. Explain how scientists use each type of evidence to provide support for evolution. Give one example of each.

  8. Science, please help ASAP!!!

    help me fill me fill in the blanks please??? My options:adaptation, body, homologous structures, inheritance, older, artificial selection, overproduction, punctuated equilibrium, common ancestor 1) Similarities in the early development of chickens and

  9. American Government

    As the country has grown and evolved, so too has the Executive Office of the President and the independent agencies. Give four specific examples demonstrating how the evolution of the executive branch has mirrored the evolution of the nation. Include at

  10. biology

    When Darwin published his theory of evolution, he included all of the following ideas EXCEPT the idea that a. species changed slowly over time. b. some organisms become less suited to their environment then others. c. evolution occurs in spurts after major

  11. Science

    Which of the following statements is true about natural selection and artificial selection? A. Traits that make an organism more beneficial to humans are favored during artificial selection. B. Males and females mate and produce offspring during natural

  12. biology

    EVOLUTION (fill in the blanks) Natural selection is the BLANK for evolution As a result of natural selection, organisms with more BLANK traits are more likely to BLANK, BLANK, and BLANK on the favorable traits to their offspring. These traits are passed on

  13. Algebra 2

    Introduction to quadratic equations? If you solve the equation by completing the square, fill in the blanks. 9x^2+9x+4=0 x^2+x+blank=-4/9+blank

  14. Science check answers

    1. Which of the following explains how natural selection leads to evolution? Conditions in the environment reduce competition for resources within a species Helpful variations accumulate among surviving members of the species*** Overproduction provides

  15. science!!

    1) Which of the following correctly states the relationship between hippos and whales? (1 point) A) Whales evolved from hippos. B) Hippos evolved from whales.*** C) Hippos and whales do not share a common ancestor. D) Hippos and whales evolved from a

  16. algerbra

    1. Which of the following are used to support the theory of evolution? * 3 points Molecular similarities Homologous structures Fossil evidence i would so appreciate it if you'd answer this and possibly explain it to me. If you also have the rest of the

  17. Chemistry (Check)

    i have to fill in the blanks In an ionic compound the charges of the Blank and Blank must balance to produce an electrically Blank Substance. Is it Cation, Anion, then Netural for the last blank And what about this one i don't know. Metallic atoms tend to

  18. Biology

    Natural selection is an example of a mechanism of evolution. Does this mechanism produce a change in individuals or populations? Explain!

  19. Science

    Name two types of evidence used to support the theory of evolution. Explain how scientists use each type of evidence to provide support for evolution. Give one example of each. I need 6 sentences please help I still need to finish other classes and I only

  20. American Government

    As the country has grown and evolved, so too has the Executive Office of the President and the independent agencies. Give FOUR specific examples demonstrating how the evolution of the executive branch has mirrored the evolution of the nation. Include at

  21. Science

    Which of the following explains how natural selection leads to evolution? a. Conditions in the environment reduce competition for resources within a species. b. Helpful variations accumulate among surviving members of the species. c. Overproduction

  22. Science

    Which of these statements best explains how natural selection provides evidence to the scientific theory of evolution?

  23. Science

    What does the theory of evolution tell us about how organisms adapt to their environment over time? Natural selection occurs before changes in the environment. A population changes in response to a change in the environment. Environmental changes can be

  24. Biology!!

    Darwin is considered the "father of evolutionary biology." Four of his contributions to the field of evolutionary biology are listed below. The nonconstancy of species. Branching evolution, which impleies the common descent of all species. occurrence of

  25. Biology

    Why was Charles Darwin able to offer a large amount of evidence for his theory of evolution by natural selection? He compiled the fossil record. He collected data for 5 years while traveling around the world. He conducted in-depth experiments with

  26. Science

    Factors that affect natural selection and evolution.

  27. Biology

    28. Natural selection causes a. changes in the environment b. plants and animals to produce more offpsring than can survive c. changes in the frequency of certain favorable characteristics in a population d. all of the above D? 30. When Darwin published

  28. biology

    Would you like to help me answers some of my questions in Biology? 1/ Darwin concluded that the most well adapted individuals in a population will leave the most offspring for future generations. This can be considered a measure of an individual's.. a/

  29. science

    what is the driving force of evolution among natural selection, genetic diversity, and environmental stress? The answer is environmental stress but i am not sure exactly why....can someone explain?

  30. Biology

    Which of the following situations best shows Darwin’s theory of natural selection as a mechanism for evolution? A. The long neck of a giraffe is the result of its ancestor continually reaching for higher branches. B. The ancestor of the snake had its

  31. science

    4. Which of the following explains how natural selection leads to evolution? A. Conditions in the environment reduce completion for resources within a species. B. Helpful variations accumulate among surviving members of the species. C. Overproduction

  32. Science

    name two types of evidence used to support the theory of evolution explain how scientists use each type of evidence to provide support for evolution give one example for each

  33. Science

    Can you check my answers for me? The answers I picked have a check mark next to them. Thank you. 1. Darwin’s theory of evolution by means of natural selection proposes that changes happen from generation to generation from ____________ of an organism to

  34. biology

    What is evolution by natural selection? Do it mean changes.

  35. help

    Introduction to quadratic equations? If you solve the equation by completing the square, fill in the blanks. 9x^2+9x+4=0 x^2+x+blank=-4/9+blank

  36. Biology

    28. Natural selection causes a. changes in the environment b. plants and animals to produce more offpsring than can survive c. changes in the frequency of certain favorable characteristics in a population d. all of the above D? 30. When Darwin published

  37. science

    Name three types of evidence used to support the theory of evolution. Explain how scientists use each type of evidence to provide support for evolution. Give one example of each. Help me out here. I don't know anything about evolution.

  38. psychology

    One way to explain why gene frequencies change is that individuals with traits that are adaptive in an environment will stay alive to reproduce. over generations their genes will become more common. This process describes: a. evolution b. natural selection

  39. science

    Provide an example of convergent and divergent evolution, adaptive radiation, and co-evolution.

  40. SCIENCE

    1 natural selection 2 alleles 3 phenotype 4 evolution 5 DNA 6 genes 7 mutation an organism's______________ is determined by its GENOTYPE which is coded in ________________ located in ________________ of which there are diferent forms called

  41. Science

    Darwin based his theory of evolution by natural selection on his observations of the a. genotypes of individuals. b. phenotypes of individuals. c. genotypes of populations. d. phenotypes of populations. Is this a or d?

  42. Science

    Name two types of evidence used to support the theory if evolution. Explain how scientist use each type of evidence to provide support for evolution. Give one example of each

  43. Please help me!!! BIOLOGY

    1. Explain how natural selection and sexual selection can work together to cause the evolution of large antlers on male moose. 2. Suggest two ways a synthetic biologist can change the course of evolution.

  44. Science (evolution)

    Given Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, what scientific evidence best supports evolution by natural selection?

  45. Science

    Hi any links or ideas? Given darwins theory of evolution, what scientific evidence best supports evolution by natural selection?

  46. biology (fill in the blanks)

    Big picture of natural selection/ keep in mind… Natural selection doesn’t move in a BLANK BLANK Natural selection is not a BLANK process Natural selection isn't BLANK; Its all relative to the BLANK. Its from a study form. These are the ones I don't

  47. Science

    As an environmental science teacher, how would you respond to someone who tells you (a) that he or she does not believe in biological evolution because it is “just a theory, “ and (b) we should not worry about air pollution because through natural

  48. Science

    Think about the factors that will influence the evolution of humans in the future. Name one factor that would exert influence through the process of natural selection and one factor that would exert influence through artificial selection. 1.natural

  49. Biology

    Describe an example of how natural selection influence the evolution of a particular species.

  50. science

    Which of the following is not one of the five distinct ideas of Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection?

  51. Science

    hi any ideas or any links? Describe an example of how natural selection impacted the evolution of a particular species

  52. Science

    What does the theory of evolution tell us about how organisms adapt to their environment over time? Natural selection occurs before changes in the environment. A population changes in response to a change in the environment. Environmental changes can be

  53. Biology I

    Charles Darwin- Evolution? 2) Where does variation occur within an organism that causes evolution? 5) What is the main source of evidence for evolution? 6) What was the occupation that Darwin was originally studying for? 8) What did Darwin believe about

  54. BIOLOGY

    Compare the basic principles on which the Darwin’s natural selection and Lamarck’s concepts of evolution are based.

  55. History

    What does this mean? Wars are needed as a natural part of human evolution.their very destructiveness has served as the primary force for the evolution of the human race.

  56. science

    Evolution is the theory and natural selection is the process. Explain what this might mean. How can environmental factors determine a feature in a species?

  57. Science

    What obstacles did Darwin's theory of natural selection and evolution face and how did he overcome these? I know one would be scientists in those days having different theories (obstacle)...

  58. English

    Okay so i have a have chosen 2 book (Day of the Triffids & Oryx and Crake ) We had to describe a theme that describes both these book below is the theme i proposed but my teacher said it was "to broad". So i would like some help and tips of how to make it

  59. language arts

    please help it says fill in the blanks to complete the comparisons 11.it is as cold as-blank 12.she is as smart as-blank 13.his backpack was as heavy as a-blank 14.she is as old as-blank 15.it was as hot as-blank

  60. Biology-Evolution

    When Charles Darwin returned from his five year voyage on the HMS Beagle, he A) Realized his ideas about evolution were wrong B) Copied the evolution theory of Wallace C) Immediately published his ideas about evolution *** D) Researched and wrote about his

  61. envirnomental science

    as an environmentalscience teacher, how would you respone to someone who tells you that he or she does not believe in biological evolution because it is just a theory, and we shoul not worry about air pollution because through natural selection, the human

  62. science

    How does mutation contribute to variation in a species? Evolution is the theory and natural selection is the process. Explain what this might mean. How can environmental factors determine a feature in a species?

  63. Science

    As an environmental science teacher, how would you respond to someone who tells you (a) that he or she does not believe in biological evolution because it is "just a theory," and (be) we should not worry about air pollution because through natural

  64. biology 11

    i am soo stuck on this question please help. 3. It is hard to understand how seemingly random events like mating could lead to evolution in a particular direction. What must we understand about natural selection that would allow this to happen?

  65. psy

    How do the evolutionary principles of “natural selection” and “fitness” help to shape the overall behavior and development of the human species? According to the principles of evolution, what are some behaviors that might be “more likely” or

  66. biology

    how does the existence of cells, organelles, cellular reproduction, natural selection, DNA replication, transcription, translation, heredity, genetics, mutations, and taxonomy provide evidence that supports the theory of evolution?

  67. psychology

    One way to explain why gene frequencies change is that individuals with traits that are adaptive in an environment will stay alive to reproduce. Over generations their genes will become more common. This process describes: evolution. natural selection.

  68. weakness......

    what was one weakness of Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection?? You can find some supposed weaknesses of Darwinism here, but don't believe everything you read: http://www.strengthsandweaknesses.org/Weaknesses/essential_weaknesses.htm

  69. Darwin’s theory

    Name and define the five distinct ideas in Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection. I need two more theses are the ones I have: Populations show variation for almost all traits. Certain variations improve survivorship and the number of

  70. algebra2

    If an object is thrown vertically upward with an initial velocity of v, from an original position of s, the height h at any time t is given by: h=-16t^2+vt+s (where h and s are in ft, t is in seconds and v is in ft/sec) Solve for t when the object hits the

  71. Maath:)

    If an object is thrown vertically upward with an initial velocity of v, from an original position of s, the height h at any time t is given by: h=-16t^2+vt+s (where h and s are in ft, t is in seconds and v is in ft/sec) Solve for t when the object hits the

  72. Microbiology

    Molecular chronometers are used to determine the course of evolution. Explain in full what these are and how they are used. Why, even with this "tool", is evolution still so complex?

  73. Science

    Where can I find A article on evolution? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evolution

  74. microbiology 2

    molecular chronometers are used to determine the course of evolution.why, even with this "tool", is evolution still so complex?

  75. evolution

    How is the evolution of culture linked to human evolution?

  76. Religion

    Many Christians seem to accept modern cosmology - Galileo's view that the earth is not the center of the Universe - while at the same time disagreeing with the theory of evolution. For this discussion, we will focus on the following questions (in 250 words

  77. psychology

    evolution has installed tendencies in our selection of a mate. Two of the strongest predictors in human mate selection today are: a) wealth and attractive b) attractiveness and youth c) similarity and proximity d) the best genetics and submission i chose A

  78. Science

    How are the processes of natural selection and artificial selection similar? How are they different? My answer: They are similar because they both have the same result: species adapting to their environment. They both involve species with good adaptations

  79. science

    Are there any connections between evolution and environmental science-- if there is, what is it? Thanks! Weren't many lakes back in time very acid? I wonder if acid rain is favoring certain mutations in organisms? Will that affect evolution? I didn't quite

  80. Biology

    The guppy is a species of small freshwater fish. Scientists observed that the average size of guppies in a pond decreased over a few years after a guppy predator was introduced in the pond. Which of the following best explains the change in guppy size? A)

  81. science

    1 natural selection 2 alleles 3 phenotype 4 evolution 5 DNA 6 genes 7 mutation an organism's______________ is determined by its GENOTYPE which is coded in ________________ located in ________________ of which there are diferent forms called

  82. Science--PLEASE CHECK!

    Which of the following explains how natural selection leads to evolution? A. Conditions in the environment reduce competition for resources within a species. B. Helpful variations accumulate among surviving members of the species. C. Overproduction

  83. Biology

    1. How do mutations play into the fitness of an organism? 2. Describe how variation, selection and time fuel the process of evolution.

  84. Biology

    1. How do mutations play into the fitness of an organism? 2. Describe how variation, selection and time fuel the process of evolution.

  85. science

    traits and how they change 1 natural selection 2 alleles 3 phenotype 4 evolution 5 DNA 6 genes 7 mutation an organism's______________ is determined by its GENOTYPE which is coded in ________________ located in ________________ of which there are diferent

  86. English

    How does Day of the Triffids display evolution? i am having a hard time coming up with a thesis for Day of the Triffids to display evolution compared to Orxy and Crake... For Orxy and crake i know evolution is a distinct theam but i am experiencing

  87. Biology

    1. A single phenotype is favored because individuals with its allele have a higher fitness. What form of natural selection does this describe? a. disruptive selection b. sexual selection c. directional selection d. stabilizing selection 2. What is

  88. Science

    2. How are geologic and biologic evolution connected? What happens in geologic evolution that affects biologic evoulotuion? {Answer the 2 questions given + use complete sentences.}[make a long story short...]

  89. science

    Name three types of evidence used to support the theory of evolution. Explain how scientists use each type of evidence to provide support for evolution. Give one example of each.

  90. Science

    Name two types of evidence used to support the theory of evolution. Explain how scientists use each type of evidence to provide support for evolution. Give one example of each.

  91. Science

    How does the use of antibiotics result in the evolution of resistant stains of bacteria.

  92. History

    What were the stages of Greek political development? Were they the natural consequence of the evolution of human society?

  93. science

    I grand daughter has this fill in the blank: Electically__________ objects push or _____________ on other electrically charged objects. This produces___________. Please fill in the blanks please. Because we don't know... Thanks!!!!

  94. science

    i do not understand this question and how to anseer it, can someone please help? htt p://i12. tinypic. com/6k8ytdd.jpg the question is in the link because it has a graph that goes along with it that I do not understand, just take the spaces out of the

  95. writing analysis

    debate between proponents of intelligent design and evolution. i need an assay of 2 pages about those subject intelligent design and evolution

  96. Math

    I really need help with this question please Break-even equation. Fill in the blank. The following table contains selected data concerning several outpatient clinics in the new Ambulatory Care Center at Hope University Hospital. Fill in the missing

  97. Law

    Prison management has had two very distinct styles during its evolution: autocratic and bureaucratic. What do you think are the most important aspects of each style? Which style do you consider the most effective? How has the role of the corrections

  98. CJS

    Prison management has had two very distinct styles during its evolution: autocratic and bureaucratic. What do you think are the most important aspects of each style? Which style do you consider the most effective? How has the role of the corrections

  99. written analysis

    debate between proponents of intelligent design and evolution. i need an assy of 2 pages about intelligent design and evolution

  100. English

    Social anthropologists attempt to explain the social emergence, evolution and development of the human race. They also try to determine differences between human social organization and other primate beings. One of their attempts is note dissimilarity

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