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11414Human Evolutionary Biology Lecture 2In class quiz1there is substantial debate among scientists over whether or not evolutionary processes can explain the diversity of life on earth False2Human beings as we know them developed from earlier species of animals True3The terms evolution and natural selection are interchangeable False4Scientists have directly observed natural selection in species of wild animals True5Evolutionary processes inevitable produce organisms that are more complex than their ancestors False6Natural selection can favor traits or behaviors that make an organism less likely to survive True natural selection also depends upon reproduction7Natural Selection acts for the good of the social group False generally benefiting the individual or
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