Bio1151 Chapter 22 Descent with Modification
  1. Charles Darwin explained the diversity of life by            through          with               from a common ancestor.

  2. Humans have modified other species over generations by            and breeding individuals that possess desired traits.

  3. Darwin proposed          selection as the mechanism driving evolution.

  4. Drug resistance in bacteria and viruses such as HIV are probably due to            and            for individual organisms that possess the resistance.

  5.             anatomical structures, such as the            among mammals, provide evidence of common ancestry with modifications.

  6. Comparative             reveals anatomical             not visible in adults.

  7. Unrelated species that occupy similar ecological         may look similar by             evolution.

  8. Darwin's theory of evolution predicts               forms during the evolution of species, and this is supported by         records.

  9. Homologous characteristics derived from a common           can be used to establish evolutionary relationships among organisms.