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16 Evolution can be studied by means of experiments. 17 HOW DO WE KNOW? 6 3 laboratory? 18 Ecological Systems 19 Basic features of anatomy, physiology, and behavior shape ecological systems. 19 Ecological interactions play an important role in evolution. 20 The Human Footprint 20 ? 1 The Scientific Method 4 Observation allows us to draw tentative explanations called hypotheses. 4 A hypothesis makes predictions that can be tested by observation and experiments. 5 General explanations of natural phenomena supported by many experiments and observations are called theories.
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