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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GChristopher EllisWinter

[Anthropology 1026F/G] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 11 pages long Study Guide!

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7 Feb 2017
Can make predictions (i. e. predict where bison kill sites might be found) How are sites found: hard to miss (pyramids, parthenon, ancient cities, exce
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GIan ColquhounFall

[Anthropology 1026F/G] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (33 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
Evolution - a change in genetic structure from one generation to the next. It"s the accumulation of such changes over considerable periods of time that
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GIan ColquhounFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: K–Ar Dating, Radiocarbon Dating, Sulfur

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7 Oct 2014
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GPeter TimminsWinter

Midterm Review from Winter 2011 Term

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8 Dec 2011
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GLisa HodgettsFall

Midterm #2 - study Questions and Notes Weeks 8 - 12

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16 Oct 2011
Week eight - between homo erectus and homo sapiens. An increase in brain size (early homo approximately 900 cc, heidelbergensis specimens approximately
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GIan ColquhounWinter

Anthropology 1026F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Torpor, Rhinarium, Bioarchaeology

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24 Feb 2015
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GChristopher EllisWinter

Anthropology 1026F/G Study Guide - Caffeine, Dextroamphetamine, Abdominal Pain

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11 Apr 2013
Substance use abuse and dependence: psychoactive a blanket term to include drugs and other substances, drugs = chemicals other than food that are inten
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GIan ColquhounFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Macromolecule, Transfer Rna, Species Problem

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25 Oct 2017
The study of humankind in all times + places: global in scope, holistic in vision, scientific in method. The simplest explanation is probably the best.
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GProfFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Marketing, Marketing Buzz, Sales Promotion

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23 Sep 2012
At the core of every great marketing program is a creative ides. This idea becomes the catalyst that inspires every element of the marketing program it
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GProfFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Marketing, Marketing Buzz, Sales Promotion

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23 Sep 2012
At the core of every great marketing program is a creative ides. This idea becomes the catalyst that inspires every element of the marketing program it
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Mathematics 1228A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: List Of Poker Hand Categories, Bernoulli Trial, Sample Space

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2 Aug 2020
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Mathematics 1228A/B Final: 1228 Final exam 2008 (3)

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2 Aug 2020
Use the counting tree shown here for questions a1 and a2: Julie has invited 6 friends to her cottage for the victoria day long weekend next month, but
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Mathematics 1228A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Equiprobability, Sample Space, Dionne Quintuplets

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2 Aug 2020
A sample space is called equiprobable if every sample point is eqully likely to occur. If s is an equiprobable space, then for any sample point a, pr[a
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Mathematics 1228A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hercule Poirot, Dionne Quintuplets, Bobbsey Twins

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2 Aug 2020
A permutation of a set of objects is an arrangement, or an ordering, of the objects. In how many di erent ways can 5 distinct salads be arranged in a r
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Mathematics 1228A/B Lecture 1: Section 1.5 Sep 23, 2019

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2 Aug 2020
A subset of a speci ed size is called a combination. eg. combination of 2/5 objects means subset with (only exactly) 2 of the objects. #of permutations
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Mathematics 1228A/B Lecture 1: Section 1.3 Sep 18, 2019

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2 Aug 2020
No matter which choice is selected at some earlier decision, then the number of di erent ways of making all k decisions is m1 x m2 x mk. If there are k
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Economics 0011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Bundesautobahn 99, Comparative Advantage, Food Truck

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2 Aug 2020
University of toronto, faculty of arts and science. First name (write neatly using all capital letters) 100 points in total (50 for multiple choice and
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Economics 0011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Jidenna, Financial Plan, Lizzo

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2 Aug 2020
Questions: you"re at your local lunch restaurant. All lunch specials cost and you have a gift card for for this restaurant that expires today. Table
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Economics 0011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Bundesautobahn 99, Perfect Competition, Food Truck

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2 Aug 2020
University of toronto, faculty of arts and science. First name (write neatly using all capital letters) 100 points in total (50 for multiple choice and
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Psychology 2036A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Major Depressive Disorder, Long-Distance Running, Exaggeration

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2 Aug 2020
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GIan ColquhounFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Geochronology, Osteology, Primatology

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23 Oct 2016
Apa reference style research paper can use first person use section headings rather than transitional sentences at end of paragraphs research paper due
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GPeter TimminsWinter

Movie: The New Chimpanzees

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22 Jan 2012
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GIan ColquhounFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Anatomically Modern Human, Homo Sapiens, Denisova Cave

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19 Mar 2015
The evolution of anatomically modern homo sapiens (amh) at the pleistocene-holocene. Amh- the dates shift around, recent consensus of 200 thousand year
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GIan ColquhounFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Simian, Plate Tectonics, 5 Fingers

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24 Oct 2017
Things not covered in class low priority (study slides) Don"t have to know date of time period just what happens in them. Plesiadapis is the most likel
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GChristopher EllisFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ape, Homininae, Hominidae

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21 Apr 2016
Certain specialized ear structures and enhanced blood flow to brain but stress other things. All animals mixture of older retained characteristics and
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GAlexis DolphinWinter

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Foramen Magnum, Femur Neck, Prognathism

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18 Nov 2011
Behaviour: the response (action) of an individual, group or species to its environment (stimuli) May or may not be deliberate: may be because it is ben
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GIan ColquhounFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Ground-Penetrating Radar, Homo Habilis, Olduvai Gorge

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19 Mar 2015
More on method and theory in archaeological paleoanthropology. Note from last year"s class: the piltdown man was actually a fraud! Was an orangutan man
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GAlexis DolphinWinter

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Homo, Carl Linnaeus, James Ussher

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18 Nov 2011
Paradigm: a conceptual framework how theories are developed. Antiquity of earth earth was not thought to be very old. Great chain of being hierarchy of
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GChristopher EllisFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Excavata, Radiocarbon Dating, Relative Dating

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21 Apr 2016
Can make predictions eg: predict where bison kill sites might be found. How sites found: hard to miss eg: pyramids, parthenon, ancient cities. Exceptio
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GChristopher EllisFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Wurm, Stadial, Neanderthal

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1 Mar 2017
Monday, november 23, 2015 anthro 1026 lecture of nov 23. Dna = two forms: nuclear (in cell nucleus, non-nuclear or mitochondrial. Mitochondrial dna (mt
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GIan ColquhounFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Carl Linnaeus, Georges Cuvier, Catastrophism

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26 Oct 2017
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GAlexis DolphinWinter

Anthropology 1026F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Dual Inheritance Theory, Interactive Evolutionary Computation, Linguistic Anthropology

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18 Nov 2011
The study of humans and their closest relatives over space and time. Addresses the entire scope of the human experience past and present. Brings in mul
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GIan ColquhounFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Battlefield Archaeology, Underwater Archaeology, Biological Anthropology

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18 Oct 2016
Evolution - a change in genetic structure from one generation to the next. It"s the accumulation of such changes over considerable periods of time that
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GAlexis DolphinWinter

Anthropology 1026F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte De Buffon, Homo Sapiens, Binomial Nomenclature

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18 Nov 2011
Discovery of evolutionary principles first occurred in western europe: charles darwin first to explain the basics of evolution developed theory of natu
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GAndrew NelsonWinter

Chapter 1 Summary and Defs Understanding Humans

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8 Jan 2012
Physical anthropology studies aspects of human biology emphasizing evolutionary perspectives, nonhuman primates, and the hominin fossil record. Physica
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GAndrew NelsonWinter

Chapter 3 Summary Understanding Humans

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10 Jan 2012
Cells are the fundamental units of life and they are essentially classified into two types. Gametes (eggs and sperm) are reproductive cells that transm
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GAndrew NelsonWinter

Chapter 2 Summary and Defs Understanding Humans

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8 Jan 2012
Our current understanding of evolutionary processes is directly traceable to developments in intellectual thought in western europe over the last 300 y
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GAndrew NelsonWinter

Chapter Six Summary and Definitions Understanding Humans

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22 Jan 2012
Primates are the mammalian order that includes prosimians, monkeys, apes, and humans. Primates including humans have retained a number of ancestral cha
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GAndrew NelsonWinter

Chapter Seven Summary Understanding Humans

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22 Jan 2012
Major theoretical models for the evolution of behaviour on primates and there is genetic support for these. The subject of the evolution of behaviour i
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GAndrew NelsonWinter

Appendix C Understanding Humans

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22 Jan 2012
The basic approach in population genetics makes use of a mathematical model called the hardy-weinberg equilibrium equation (postulates a set of conditi
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Anthropology 1026F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Rhinarium, Behavioral Ecology, Homo Erectus

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Anthropology 1026F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Neanderthal, Microevolution, Paleodemography

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[Anthropology 1026F/G] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 11 pages long Study Guide!

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Anthropology 1026F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Paranthropus Robustus, Paranthropus Boisei, Laetoli

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Anthropology 1026F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Torpor, Rhinarium, Bioarchaeology

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Anthropology 1026F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Homo Heidelbergensis, Common Chimpanzee, Bonobo

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Anthropology: the study of humankind, in all times and places: anthropology is global in scope, holistic in vision (i. e. , it is biocultural ), and is
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Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Geochronology, Osteology, Primatology

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Anthropology 1026F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lewis H. Morgan, James Hutton, Cultural Anthropology

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Week one: introduction and historical background (chapters one & two) Focuses on the behaviour and seeking to understand the nature of culture and its
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GIan ColquhounFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Macromolecule, Transfer Rna, Species Problem

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