On the Origin of Species Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What can varieties do that species cannot typically do? (from Chapter 14: Recapitulation and Conclusion)

2.

What animal does Darwin use as an example of an intermediate form of a full-land and full-flying animal? (from Chapter 6: Difficulties on Theory)

3.

What typically happens when varieties are inter-breed? (from Chapter 6: Difficulties on Theory)

4.

Which of the following occurs when one type of variation causes variation in another part of an organism? (from Chapter 5: Laws of Variation)

5.

In what type of species are variations of the eye found? (from Chapter 6: Difficulties on Theory)

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