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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

ANTB14H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hominidae, Binomial Nomenclature, Tympanic Part Of The Temporal Bone

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15 Dec 2010
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Charles darwin, who is credited with the discovery of the principal of natural selection in 1838, was born in england in 1809. Darwin was part of an ex
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ANTB14H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Zygomatic Bone, Gregor Mendel, Gradualism

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25 Feb 2013
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Primatology non human primates: descriptions of primate anatomy thru field studies of wild animals, primate psychology. Paleoanthropology non human and
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ANTB14 Quiz II Prep.odt

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ANTB14H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Bipedalism, Stereopsis, Daphne Major

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20 Oct 2012
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Introduction to evolutionary anthropology: chapter 1 and lecture notes. Evolutionary anthropology specialize in primatology, paleoanthropology, human v
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ANTB14H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hominidae, Speciation, Simian

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24 Oct 2014
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

Chapter1 exam

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28 Oct 2011
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

ANTB14H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Anterior Superior Iliac Spine, External Occipital Protuberance, Olecranon Fossa

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14 Dec 2017
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Cranial bones: frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal, sphenoid, (ethmoid) Distinguishing features: orbit, anterior cranial fossae, middle cranial foss
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

chap 12

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15 Dec 2010
36
Homo: homo ergaster: 1. 8 mya in africa. Invented new technology, master fire and to hunt large game. Hominins of the lower pleistocene: homo ergaster
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

Chap 10

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15 Dec 2010
21
The evolution of early hominin morphology and behavior. 12 hominin fossils in the tugen hills in the highlands of kenya. Included parts of thigh, arm b
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

ANTB14H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Birmingham City Centre, Lithic Reduction, Middle Paleolithic

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25 Feb 2013
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Foramen Magnum, List Of Fossil Primates, Quaternary

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14 Dec 2015
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ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: James Hutton, Carl Linnaeus, Medical Anthropology

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ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Medical Anthropology, Primatology, Scientific Theory

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ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Homo Rudolfensis, Homo Habilis, Olduvai Gorge

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14 Dec 2015
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ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Reproductive Isolation, Macroevolution, Fetus

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14 Dec 2015
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Associated with research on the formation of new taxonomic groups. Large-scale changes at or above the special level. Similar-looking individuals that
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ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Foramen Magnum, Vertebral Column, Quadrupedalism

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14 Dec 2015
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Y-5 molar and lack of a tail is traits for hominids. Makes it difficult to sort out phylogenetic traits. Relative brain size = size of brain/size of bo
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ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Stereopsis, List Of Fossil Primates, Postorbital Bar

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14 Dec 2015
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Primates are of interest to anthropologists because they can help us to study human evolution through the principal of homology. Because we share a com
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ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sister Chromatids, Punnett Square, Mitosis

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14 Dec 2015
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ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Binomial Nomenclature, Horsepower, Gastroenteritis

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ANTB14 chapter 6 hominids.docx

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2 Feb 2013
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ANTB14H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Forensic Anthropology, Evolutionary Anthropology, Medical Anthropology

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8 Oct 2015
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Chapters 5-8

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14 Dec 2011
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Basics of primate dentition: diphyodonty: having two sets of teeth, the first set of teeth are called. Postcranial skeleton and locomotion: primate ske
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

ANTB14H3 Chapter Notes -Evolutionary Anthropology, Semiotic Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology

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15 Sep 2012
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Evolutionary anthropology specialize in primatology, paleoanthropology, human variation, medical anthropology, and forensic anthropology. Paleoanthropo
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

ANTB14H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Platypus, Punctuated Equilibrium, The Terminal

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19 Oct 2012
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Macroevolution large scale changes at or above the species level, extending over geological era, and resulting in the formation of new taxonomic groups
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ANTB14H3 Chapter Notes -Emma Darwin, Forensic Anthropology, Evolutionary Anthropology

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20 Sep 2012
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ANTB14H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Three-Striped Night Monkey, Gibbon, Tapetum Lucidum

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13 Dec 2013
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Primates are of interest to anthropologists because they can help us to study human evolution through the principal of homology. Because we share a com
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Detailed Textbook Notes - Chapter 4

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ANTB14 CH3.odt

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13 Dec 2013
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Typological: the study or systematic classification of types that have characteristics or traits in common. There are many definitions for species howe
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

ANTB14H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Kin Recognition, Philopatry, Mate Choice

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Introduction to evolutionary anthropology shawn m. lehman. Mammals are the only animals with sweat glands (used to cool the body down using the process
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ANTB14H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Shared-Cost Service, Ibm 7090

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