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Comparative morphology _____. compares the embryo development of organisms of different speciescompares the anatomy of organisms of different speciesorganizes fossils into a timeline of organism
evolutionanalyses the similarities and differences between organisms of the same species Question #9MultipleChoice Score: During the early stages of embryo development, dolphins have gill pouches. What does this mean? Dolphins evolved from fish. Fish evolved from dolphins. Dolphin embryos go through a fish phase during development. Dolphins and fish share a distant, common ancestor. Question #10MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Fossils _____. form whenever an organism diescan show evolutionary relationships between organismssuggest modern day organisms evolved over timecan be grouped together by age to form a fossil record Question #11MultipleChoice Score: Whales have vestigial legs. This suggests they _____. will one day return to landevolved from large fishdescended from land animalscan live on land Question #12MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following statements is true? Organisms that evolve in the same environment often have homologous structures.Since there are gaps in the fossil record, it cannot be used as evidence for evolution.Human morphology and embryo development is very different from all other organisms.The more similar the embryonic development of two species, the more closely they are related.
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User: Comparative morphology _____. compares the embryo development of organisms of different speciescompares the anatomy of organisms of different speciesorganizes fossils into a timeline of organism evolutionanalyses the similarities and differences between organisms of the same species Question #9MultipleChoice Score: During the early stages of embryo development, dolphins have gill pouches. What does this mean? Dolphins evolved from fish. Fish evolved from dolphins. Dolphin embryos go through a fish phase during development. Dolphins and fish share a distant, common ancestor. Question #10MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Fossils _____. form whenever an organism diescan show evolutionary relationships between organismssuggest modern day organisms evolved over timecan be grouped together by age to form a fossil record Question #11MultipleChoice Score: Whales have vestigial legs. This suggests they _____. will one day return to landevolved from large fishdescended from land animalscan live on land Question #12MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following statements is true? Organisms that evolve in the same environment often have homologous structures.Since there are gaps in the fossil record, it cannot be used as evidence for evolution.Human morphology and embryo development is very different from all other organisms.The more similar the embryonic development of two species, the more closely they are related.

Weegy: The more similar the embryonic development of two species, the more closely they are related.
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