-The process of speciation
-Changes in the genetic make‐up of a population from one generation to the next.
-Ongoing biological processes, including genetic changes within populations and the appearance of new species.
-hypothesis‐testing can result in rejection of previous hypotheses
-theories can be modified or replaced subject to new findings
-hypotheses are built on meticulous observation
-it serves as a template for protein production.
-it provides the code to produce structural proteins.
-it is biological code for the production of hormones and enzymes.
-Feet usually work more like hands
-Restricted shoulder joint
-Monkey-like post-cranial skeleton
-Lack of a tail
-Ape-like skull and teeth
-Large bodied (robust)
-Committed to a terrestrial habitat
-More widely dispersed
-a rounder and larger skull.
-a smaller face.
-a bigger brain.
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