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Species were regarded as unchangeable by

A. Lamarck

B. Morgan

C. Charles Darwin

D. Many biologists of 19th century

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  1. The epoch of human civilisation is
  2. The recent ancestors of modem man were
  3. The function affected by point mutation in p-globin in sickle cell anaemia is
  4. The first life on earth came in water and evidences indicate that life originated in one of the following…
  5. An animal is more likely to be preserved as a fossil if it contains large quantities of
  6. In forming the theory of evolution by Natural Selection, Charles Darwin was greatly influenced by
  7. Amphibians appeared and became dominant in the
  8. Peking man is known as
  9. The concept of use and disuse of organs was given by
  10. The idea of "Survival of fittest" was given by
  11. Species were regarded as unchangeable by
  12. A connecting link between Annelids and Arthropods is
  13. The book "Voyage of the Beagle" is concerned with which one of the following ?
  14. Role of isolation in evolution is
  15. Geological evidence of most primitive mammals is found in
  16. The idea of spontaneous generation is essentially correct in regard to
  17. Darwin proposed his theory of natural selection on the basis of
  18. The earliest ancestor of horse from early Eocene period is
  19. The diploid number of chromosome in Chimpanzee, Gorilla and Orangutan is
  20. Connecting link between nonchordata and chordata is
  21. Which is not a vestigeal organ
  22. Which were dominant during Mesozoic era
  23. Doubis in 1891 found the fossil of Java ape man. It is
  24. The age of a fossil may be determined most accurately
  25. Survival due to geographic isolation is best exemplified by mammalian fauna of
  26. We use the term hybrid breakdown when the
  27. Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny is the statement relating to
  28. The study of Galapagos Finches shows
  29. A starfish with six arms, may be a case of
  30. The fossil formed from harder parts of the body infiltrated by minerals and turned into stony shapes…