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Areas for evidence for evolution
2.comparative biochemistry
3.comparative embryology
4.comparative anatomy
6.evolution observed
Darwin's theory of natural selection
1.over reproduction (cant all survive)
2.variations in every population
3.organisms struggle for resources (survival of the fittest)
4.entire population becomes adapted or fit for its enviroment
oparin's hypothesis
heterotroph hypothesis suggests how life could spontaneously arise on the primitive earth
stanley miller's experiment
water vapor ammonia hydrogen methane produced organic molecules such as ammino acids
blue algae caused what atmospheric change
caused loss of carbon dioxide and creation of oxygen
heterotrophs cause what atmospheric change
reduce the poisonous (to plants) gas oxygen and level out carbon dioxide levels