BIOL 101 Quiz 7 Liberty University

  1. Francis Crick’s theory of directed panspermia states that
  2. “Natural selection is cybernetically blind”. This means that
  3. Charles Darwin’s view of the species was
  4. Romans 8 describes modern living organisms as
  5. Which of the following is a component structure of a primary flight feather?
  6. One feature of Enlightenment Thinking was the tendency to
  7. To a design theorist a beneficial mutation
  8. Which of the following represents an observation Charles Darwin made while reading and voyaging the world?
  9. Which of the following phrases best evaluates the naturalistic hypothesis for its value in explaining the origins of new structures like the flight feather?
  10. Preening behavior enables a bird to continue to fly successfully by
  11. One problem associated with evolving a system in which RNA bases code for amino acids is that
  12. Natural selection is an “expensive” process. This is true because
  13. Directional selection
  14. Natural selection is limited in its effectiveness in preserving new favorable mutations in an environment that
  15. One major problem with the speculation that the origin of life occurred at geothermal vent is that
  16. The sentence, “O you, who look on this our machine, do not be sad that with others you are fated to die, but rejoice that our Creator has endowed us with such an excellent instrument as the intellect” was first spoken by
  17. The Design theorist comes to the conclusion that most mutations occurring today are harmful because
  18. One popular evolutionary model for the origin of flight in vertebrates is that flight evolved in
  19. Darwin interpreted his observations of nature to mean that
  20. In the evolutionary model, mutation ______ genes that will develop a better organism while natural selection ______ genes that will develop a better organism.
  21. Directional selection has been used to
  22. Stabilizing selection
  23. The role of the barbule in the primary flight feather is to
  24. One important value that disruptive selection can have to a natural population is that it
  25. In the early pages of the Genesis record, the first stage of life history could best be described as