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Question number: 429

» Genetics and Evolution » Evolution

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A living connective link which provides evidence for organic evolution is

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Sphenodom between reptiles and birds.

b.

Duck bill platypus between reptiles and mammals.

c.

Archaeopteryx between reptiles and mammals.

d.

Lung fish between Pisces and reptiles.

Question number: 430

» Genetics and Evolution » Evolution

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Mule is a hybrid, which of the following statement is correct?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Mule is a new species.

b.

Mule represents a common ancestor of horse and ass.

c.

Horse and ass are two populations.

d.

Mule is not a species.

Question number: 431

» Genetics and Evolution » Evolution » Modern Synthetic Theory of Evolution

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Haeckel’s theory of recapitulation (Biogenetic law) means that

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Life history of an animal reflected its evolutionary history.

b.

Body parts once lost are regenerated.

c.

All organisms start as an egg.

d.

Progeny of an organism resembles its patents.

Question number: 432

» Genetics and Evolution » Evolution » Biological Evolution and Evidences for Biological Evolution

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Hand of man, wing of bat and flipper of seal represents

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a.

Vestigial organs

b.

Evolutionary organs

c.

Homologous organs

d.

Analogous organs

Question number: 433

» Genetics and Evolution » Evolution » Biological Evolution and Evidences for Biological Evolution

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Analogous organs are those which are

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Structurally similar.

b.

Structurally and functionally similar.

c.

Normally non-functionable.

d.

Functionally similar.

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