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For questions 11–15, match the evolutionary evidence in the key to the description. Choose more than one answer if correct.
Key:
a. biogeographical evidence
b. fossil evidence
c. biochemical evidence
d. anatomical evidence
e. developmental evidence
The same types of molecules are found in all living organisms.

Um matched the evolutionary evidence in the key to the description. So the description that we have here is that transitional fossils found between some major organisms. So what are transitional fossils? Transitional fossils are fossils found in the fossil record that bridge the gap between to clearly distinguishable basically distinct organisms during the time. So they bear resemblance to two groups and, um, two groups that are classified separately. So here, in this case, this would be the transitional fossil that marks the evolution between, um this organism here, right here and this organism here. So what evolutionary evidence do we have? Obviously, the wist says that it involves bio geographical evidence or not Really bio geographical. That is really the species distribution geographically. So no also evidence, definitely biochemical evidence. No, not really Anatomical, which really have to do with the organization of the body. No. And developmental evidence. No. Developmental is obviously what happens into human embryo. So therefore we can call No, We say that, uh, that the correct answer to this one is fossil evidence for transitional fossils have been discovered

For this problem, we're gonna be seeing five different types of evidence revolution, and we have to mash them with five different descriptions. And if we need to, we can match multiple pieces of evidence with one description. Let's start by defining each type of evidence, we can start with body geographical evidence, which refers to the idea that one ancestor can evolve into multiple different descendant organisms depending on the geographical barriers on the environment. Right, I'm seeing such a wide variety of organisms gives evidence for evolution. Next, we have fossil evidence. This is specifically talking about transition fossils. So if we have organism be as a transition fossil, this fossil might have attributes that are similar to sea as well, a similar to organism a right. And based on this fossil, we can now conclude that boards and a eventually evolved into organism see over time if we didn't even have any links between them before this transition fossil can be evidence for that evolution. Having taken place with biochemical evidence, we're not talking about chemical molecules something like a DNA right, or are in a which we know are present and basically every single organism on This just tells us there must have been a common ancestor at some point that evolved into every organism we know of today just because they all contained in a This is a similarity between every single organism we know off, right, and now we're looking at anatomical evidence. Next right, Anatomical evidence. This usually refers to home a locus structures, right, something like a bat's wing and a human's hand or arm and hand. Both contain the same types of bones. Excuse my drawing skills. Despite being very different in function, they pretty much have the same types of bones inside of them, which tells us that they were related. At one point they had a common ancestor on that they both of balls from now finally talking about developmental evidence. This usually refers to embryos and their stages of development in which we can see very, very similar structures in the early stages of development, the idea of a head and a tail, and then the pharyngeal pouches. These are all common structures in most embryos. We can think of a fish embryo, a human embryo, cow embryo. All have thes these common features on that's evidence for them, having evolved from one common ancestor. Now, for our first description were thinking, Is it possible to trace evolutionary ancestry with this piece of evidence? Now for bio geographical evidence? It is not simply because there's nothing that lets us say or in some see might have evolved from organism A. We simply know that B and C are different from each other, right? But for fossil evidence, it is possible to trace ancestry simply because we can say OK, the presence of a transition fossil allows us to link Or is it a as the ancestor off organism see, and similarly, for biochemical evidence, the presence of DNA or another molecule like Arna within every reason we know off gives us an insight into a previous ancestor that is shared by all of these organisms. So that traces the ancestry right? Same thing with anatomical evidence. If there are whole logos, structures present within different organisms, this gives us a clue as to their ancestor that it was a common ancestor. At one point, they all shared, and finally, the elemental evidence, once again, seeing these similarities within the embryo tells us yes. At one point there was a common ancestor, and we can trace which foreigners and shared an ancestor based on their development of their embryos. Nice. We're talking about a group of related species. If they have home a locust structures, this should instantly just scream out anatomical evidence, right, Because that's pretty much the center point of this idea that if they have home locals Homa like structures, Excuse me? They're anatomically linked to one ancestor. We can also be talking here about fossil evidence because a lot of the time we're gonna be seeing Homolka structures in fossils and seeing something like the bone structure. And a fossil can link an ancestor to modern creatures like humans bats, whales that I'll have this whole infrastructure. And finally, we're talking about developmental evidence as well, simply because within developments of embryos, something like the tail of the embryo right here can actually be considered a home, a local structure, and it can be used to link to organisms to one common ancestor. Next we talking about molecules and all living organisms, and I want just to draw some attention to the word molecules. This always tells us that there's gonna be biochemical evidence. It's pretty much saying this is biochemical evidence because of molecules like DNA and RNA. And it's not gonna be much, pretty much any of these other types of evidence because we're talking specifically about the molecular scale. Whereas these other types of evidence look at a bigger picture. They look at, like a larger scale, the whole organism, the whole structure, etcetera, etcetera. Next, we're gonna be talking here about all vertebrate embryos have firm Jill pouches. Once again, embryos right is the key word in this question to pay attention to this usually talks us tells us rather about developmental evidence. Right. And if we're looking at their embryos that rapidly developed from stage to stage, this is evidence of evolution. If they have these structures, Fanjul pouches right, shared between their early stages. And it's also anatomical evidence, as we mentioned before, right? Something like these pouches that are brought up can actually service on the locus structures. So that's another form of anatomical evidence we have here. And for the final description, we're talking about transitional fossils, right? Keyword here again. And of course, this draws a link between this description and fossil evidence, right? Major groups of organisms can be linked to a common ancestor simply through these fossils, right? And if we're specifically talking about these fossils, there's pretty much no other form of evidence, so we can link it to, not even as comical, just because it's specifically only referring to the fossils. They're not talking about ho Malaga structures or anything else on DSO. For this final answer, it will only be false evidence.

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