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UTSCANTC17H3Mary SilcoxWinter

ANTC17 Final: ANTC17 (lecture 3-10).pdf

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22 Apr 2015
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Liang Bua, Cave Painting, Homo Heidelbergensis

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East and south african fossil sites with homo, tools, and australopthecine. Haeckle convinced that ancestor would lie in far east. Neandetherals are al
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BIOB50H3 Midterm: BIOB50 Practice Questions 2 Fall 2018

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UTSCACTB40Sotirios DamourasWinter

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UTSCANTC17H3Mary SilcoxWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine, Orrorin, Iliac Crest

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Feature 1: foramen magnum positioned further anteriorly than australopith. Feature 1: foramen in great apes magnum positioned further anteriorly than i
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UTSCANTC17H3Mary SilcoxWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Australopithecus Anamensis, Brain Size, Prognathism

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21 Oct 2013
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Ar. kadabba: multiple sites between two time periods, volcanic material to do dating. Ramidus: well dated to 4. 4 mya, material described by tim white.
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Hominidae, Prosimian, Autapomorphy

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7 May 2012
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When we look into human evolution we must start at the beginning and look to the earliest of our ancestors, the earliest members of our order primates.
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UTSCANTC17H3Sarah RanlettSpring

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Foramen Magnum, Vertebral Column, Rib Cage

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17 Jan 2018
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Antc17 lecture 1: introduction and review of human skeletal anatomy. Bipedalism- effects every part of the skeleton. Reliance on material culture- high
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Thermoluminescence

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6 Jul 2012
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Hydrogen prefer to bond with o16 when it"s cold and o18 when it"s warm. Introduces error because of varying intensity of winters. Can use the data to g
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - C4 Carbon Fixation, C3 Carbon Fixation, Inert Gas

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7 May 2012
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You have to be aware of individual bias including your own. He guided chronological ideas in terms of identifying the sample age. Homo habloae: they ar
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UTSCANTC17H3Sarah RanlettSpring

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Shoulder Girdle, Pubic Symphysis, Dentition

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17 Jan 2018
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Some important bones of the cranium and their relationship to parts of the brain: frontal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, facial skeleton. Anatomi
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

Homo Heidelbergensis, Neanderthalensis, Floresiensis

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6 Jul 2012
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"made up" species; thought to be h. erectus in europe. Fits timeline to erectus, but thinks that there was too much time difference between the two. Pr
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Homo Habilis, Strepsirrhini, Lorisoidea

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6 Jul 2012
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Post orbital bar; post orbital constriction, expanded brain cage, still snout present. Fossil specimen 2009, most complete adapid specimen so far. Idea
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Homo Heidelbergensis, Acheulean, Scapula

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7 May 2012
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We see period of at least 1. 5 million years of overlap between homo and. Australopithecus **: they must have been using different niche, food, webs to
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ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Hominidae, Prosimian, Autapomorphy

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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Thermoluminescence

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Hydrogen prefer to bond with o16 when it"s cold and o18 when it"s warm. Introduces error because of varying intensity of winters. Can use the data to g
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - C4 Carbon Fixation, C3 Carbon Fixation, Inert Gas

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7 May 2012
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You have to be aware of individual bias including your own. He guided chronological ideas in terms of identifying the sample age. Homo habloae: they ar
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UTSCANTC17H3Sarah RanlettSpring

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Shoulder Girdle, Pubic Symphysis, Dentition

OC23690602 Page
17 Jan 2018
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Some important bones of the cranium and their relationship to parts of the brain: frontal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, facial skeleton. Anatomi
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

Homo Heidelbergensis, Neanderthalensis, Floresiensis

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"made up" species; thought to be h. erectus in europe. Fits timeline to erectus, but thinks that there was too much time difference between the two. Pr
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UTSCANTC17H3Sarah RanlettSpring

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Shoulder Girdle, Pubic Symphysis, Dentition

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Some important bones of the cranium and their relationship to parts of the brain: frontal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, facial skeleton. Anatomi
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UTSCANTC17H3Sarah RanlettSpring

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Foramen Magnum, Vertebral Column, Rib Cage

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17 Jan 2018
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Antc17 lecture 1: introduction and review of human skeletal anatomy. Bipedalism- effects every part of the skeleton. Reliance on material culture- high
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UTSCANTC17H3Mary SilcoxWinter

ANTC17 Final: ANTC17 (lecture 3-10).pdf

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UTSCANTC17H3Mary SilcoxWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine, Orrorin, Iliac Crest

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Feature 1: foramen magnum positioned further anteriorly than australopith. Feature 1: foramen in great apes magnum positioned further anteriorly than i
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UTSCANTC17H3Mary SilcoxWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Australopithecus Anamensis, Brain Size, Prognathism

OC86185 Page
21 Oct 2013
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Ar. kadabba: multiple sites between two time periods, volcanic material to do dating. Ramidus: well dated to 4. 4 mya, material described by tim white.
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Australopithecine, Zooarchaeology, Ardipithecus

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6 Jul 2012
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Trait shared by two or more species through inheritance from a common ancestor. Trait shared by two or more species that is similar in function but unr
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Thermoluminescence

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6 Jul 2012
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Hydrogen prefer to bond with o16 when it"s cold and o18 when it"s warm. Introduces error because of varying intensity of winters. Can use the data to g
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Catastrophism, Mutation, Gradualism

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6 Jul 2012
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Survival of the fittest (competition for survival because of lack of resources) Allele frequency = population; mutation = individual levels. A group of
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

Homo Heidelbergensis, Neanderthalensis, Floresiensis

OC23252 Page
6 Jul 2012
32
"made up" species; thought to be h. erectus in europe. Fits timeline to erectus, but thinks that there was too much time difference between the two. Pr
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UTSCANTC17H3Genevieve DewarWinter

ANTC17H3 Lecture Notes - Sivapithecus, Aegyptopithecus, Quadrupedalism

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Large brain compared to body size; large body size over all. Rounded bulb that allows for rotation of elbow. Two regions of curvature (neck and lumbar
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