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Transcribed image text: Which of the following statements is true about Charles Darwin? A.None of these. B.He understood natural variation occurs from mutations in DNA. C.He believed evolution occurred in each individual organism. D.He supported Lamarck's theory of evolution. What additional evidence do we have today that supports Darwin's theory? O A.DNA and molecular evidence B.Cell theory C. Process of photosynthesis D. Method of protein synthesis Determine whether the following statement is true or false and why. “Variation caused by the environment is not heritable, so it is not subject to natural selection.” O A. False, it should read “Variation caused by the environment is heritable, so it is subject to natural selection.” B. False, it should read “Variation caused by the environment is heritable, so it is not subject to natural selection.” C. False, it should read “Variation caused by the environment is not heritable, so it is subject to natural selection.” D. True The opposable thumb is a trait that connects us to other primates; allowing and use tools and increasing chances for survival. This means it is a(n) us to grab A. stabilizing pressure B. genotype C. adaptation D.selective pressure Which of the following is NOT an example of evolution? A. Neck length of a species increasing because food sources are high up. B.Caterpillar entering a chrysalis and turning into a butterfly. C. Species fur changing color because an ice age ends and their environment changes from white to green and brown. D.Snake head size decreasing over time because large prey are poisonous. A farmer decides to try to increase his profits by mating his two goats that produce the most milk together. The farmer's descendants continue the process and over 400 years the family produces goats that make more milk than any in the country. Eventually the goats change enough that they are designated a new species. This is an example of: A.Natural selection B. Acquired characteristics C. Disruptive selection D.Artificial selection determines which variations will survive to reproduce and which won't. OA.Polyploidy B. Selective pressure C.Heredity OD. Adaptations Charles Darwin concluded that the 13 species of finches on the Galapagos islands: A. all adapted to the same predators in different ways. B. are identical to species on the mainland. C.All of these D. probably evolved from one single ancestral species from the mainland. Which of the following is NOT a component of Natural Selection? A. Selective pressure B. Acquired Characteristics C. Variation among a population D. Inheritance