Five types of evidence for evolution are discussed in this section: ancient organism remains, fossil layers, similarities among organisms alive today, similarities in DNA, and similarities of embryos.
What are the 3 main lines of evidence for evolution?
SESSION 3: What Is the Evidence for Evolution? Darwin used multiple lines of evidence to support his theory of evolution by natural selection -- fossil evidence, biogeographical evidence, and anatomical evidence.
What are the evidences of evolution and briefly explain each?
How Do We Know That Evolution Has Occurred?1.the fossil record of change in earlier species2.the chemical and anatomical similarities of related life forms3.the geographic distribution of related species4.the recorded genetic changes in living organisms over many generations
What are the 6 patterns of evolution?
There Are Six Important Patterns of Macroevolution:Mass Extinctions.Adaptive Radiation.Convergent Evolution.Coevolution.Punctuated Equilibrium.Developmental Gene Changes.