Question 1 of 20 (worth 1 point) 1. Which of the following is correct:Homo Sapiens B.Homo sapiens C.Homos sapien D.

Question 1 of 20 (worth 1 point)1. Which of the following is correct:A.Homo SapiensB.Homo sapiensC.Homos sapienD.homo sapiensQuestion 2 of 20 (worth 1 point)A clade is a group of organism that sourcesB.matesC.a common ancestorD.similar ecological nichesQuestion 3 of 20 (worth 1 point)3. A human hand is relatively __ compared to a bat wing or a dolphin flipper.A.punctuatedB.analogousC.specializedD.generalizedQuestion 4 of 20 (worth 1 point)A major difference between a paleospecies and biological species is that a paleospeciesA.adds a temporal not yet more staticQuestion 5 of 20 (worth 1 point)Bats have wings that allow them to fly. So do birds and insects. Similarities such as wings in different animals that have a common functionA.are termed analogiesB.are called homologiesC.must mean they have a recent common ancestryD.are always primate traitsQuestion 6 of 20 (worth 1 point)Closely related species are grouped together in which of the following?A.paleospeciesB.familyC.subspeciesD.genusQuestion 7 of 20 (worth 1 point)Humans and apes have certain characteristics in common such as a broad sternum, a Y-5 cusp pattern on the molars, and the lack of a tail. Since these features are not found in monkeys and prosimians, what are these characteristics?A.shared derived traits between humans and apesB.analogiesC.primitive traits of generalized mammalsD.generalized traits found only in human and apesQuestion 8 of 20 (worth 1 point)Humans areA.animalsB.vertebratesC.chordatesD.all of theseQuestion 9 of 20 (worth 1 point)In the early Mesozoic, Pangea broke into two large continents, Gondwanaland and Laurasia. Laurasia consisted of which of the present day continents?A.North America, Europe, and AsiaB.South America and AfricaC.South America, Africa, Australia, India, and AntarcticaD.Asia, Australia, and AntarcticaQuestion 10 of 20 (worth 1 point)Plate tectonics causes continental drift.True False Question 11 of 20 (worth 1 point)Taphonomists studyA.the classification of fossil speciesB.plate tectonicsC.undersea bone assemblages come to be buriedQuestion 12 of 20 (worth 1 point)There are two bird species on a Midwestern prairie that look very much alike physically and are probably descended from a common ancestor. During courtship, however, the males of one species stands on one leg while looking at the female. The males of the second species uses both feet to drum on the prairie floor. The females will only mate with those males who behave appropriately during courtship. What is this an example of?A.behavioral isolationB.parallel evolutionC.geographic isolationD.convergent evolutionQuestion 13 of 20 (worth 1 point)What defines a group of interbreeding individuals that are reproductively isolated from other such groups?A.phylogenetic speciesB.ecological speciesC.biological speciesD.homologous speciesQuestion 14 of 20 (worth 1 point)Speciation isA.what drives microevolutionB.not a common process identified in evolutionC.what eliminates variation from a populationD.a macroevolutionary processQuestion 15 of 20 (worth 1 point)Which of the following is an extremely important form of isolation that leads to speciation?A.geographic isolationB.pubertal isolationC.mate isolationD.all of theseQuestion 16 of 20 (worth 1 point)From the fossil record you have two adult primate skulls that have very similar morphological characteristics but one of the skulls is larger and has characteristics that are more pronounced than on the other skull. It is likely that these two skulls representA.different species because they are different in sizeB.likely different breeds of dogs because they show extreme variationC.different paleospecies because they are not identicalD.the same paleospecies and are exhibiting sexual dimorphismQuestion 17 of 20 (worth 1 point)The amount of morphological variation identified in extinct species should more than seen in sexually dimorphic speciesB.greater than found in extant species of the same typeC.equivalent to the amount of variation present in living speciesD.less than that found in similar modern speciesQuestion 18 of 20 (worth 1 point)The Cenozoic Era is known as the “Age of __”.A.HumansB.MammalsC.DinosaursD.ReptilesQuestion 19 of 20 (worth 1 point)The extinction event 65 million years ago is an example ofA.a mass species being out competed by another speciesC.when a new predator is introduced into an environmentD.the dangers of continental driftQuestion 20 of 20 (worth 1 point)There is/are __ type(s) of extinction(s), / like when a meteor hit earth killing all the / caused by the inability to adapt to the environmentC.three / all of which are caused by the environmentD.two / Darwinian and Mass

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