The Evolution of Biological Diversity Quiz

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Who proposed that various types of plants, animals, and living things have their origins in pre-existing types?

Francisco Jose Ayala

Which concept refers to the mutual interactive evolution of human biology and culture?

Biocultural evolution

Who divided history into three stages of development: savagery, barbarism, and civilization?

Lewis Henry Morgan

According to Friedrich Engels, what paved the way for the collapse of primitive communities and the establishment of a class-based society?

Accumulation of private property

What is the process whereby organisms undergo genetic and physical changes that pave the way for biological diversity?

Biological evolution

According to Lewis Henry Morgan, how did he divide history in terms of development?

Savagery, Barbarism, Civilization

What did Francisco Jose Ayala propose about the origins of various types of living things?

They have their origins in other pre-existing types due to modifications in successive generations

What does biocultural evolution refer to?

The mutual interactive evolution of human biology and culture

According to Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx, what primarily drives the evolution of social institutions?

Struggle between social classes over the means of production

What is biological evolution primarily concerned with?

Genetic and physical changes leading to biological diversity

Test your knowledge of biological evolution with this quiz. Explore the concept of how organisms undergo genetic and physical changes, leading to biological diversity. Learn about the ideas of Francisco Jose Ayala and how different types of living things have their origins in pre-existing types, with distinguishable differences due to modifications in successive generations.

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