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Class Notes for ANTH 311 at University of Calgary

Primate Behaviour

ANTH 311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Gelada, The Bachelors, West Mount Barren

Gelada Baboons: The Battles of Braveheart The highlands of Ethiopia, home to the extraordinary Gelada Monkey. Braveheart is the harem leader in his prime, and hes got a crisis. Can he save his family from the bachelor boys...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Mary Pavelka
ANTH 311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hamadryas Baboon, Japanese Macaque, Japanese Alps

BBC Life: Primates Narrated by David Attenborough. In the great tree of life, one branch of the mammals has a particular fascination for us, for we belong to it: Primates. Primate hands provide a firm grip and forward faci...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Mary Pavelka
ANTH 311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Willie Smits, Termite, Bushmeat

The Disenchanted Forest Orangutans live high in the trees of the tropical rain forests of Borneo and Sumatra. Today, populations are so few that orangutans may disappear in one decade. In the face of unprecedented threats ...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Mary Pavelka
ANTH 311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Jane Goodall, Richard Wrangham, Lake Tanganyika

National Geographic: The New Chimpanzee Chimpanzees: so like us we are both captivated and repelled. As we move through the looking glass into their world we are transformed. Chimpanzees, our forest dwelling counterparts, ...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Mary Pavelka
ANTH 311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Iucn Red List, Keystone Species, Giant Panda
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Primate Conservation IMPORTANCE OF PRIMATE SPECIES FOR CONSERVATION - Species may have higher priority if they belong to special categories: - Foundation Species - A dominant primary producer in an ecosystem bo...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Mary Mc Donald Pavelka
ANTH 311 Lecture 30: Community Ecology
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Community Ecology RANGING BEHAVIOUR Home Range General: the entire range of a group of animals More specific: a circumscribable (we can draw a line around it) area in which all daily and seasonal activities take place ...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Mary Mc Donald Pavelka
ANTH 311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Estrous Cycle, Inclusive Fitness, Frugivore
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Communication & Cognition 4 COMPONENTS OF COMMUNICATION - Signal - Hardwired but need to be taught how to use in social context - Example: physical, observable action - Observable action (e.g. vocalization, dis...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Mary Mc Donald Pavelka
ANTH 311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Haplorhini, Mcdonaldland, Simian
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Communication & Cognition 4 MODES OF COMMUNICATION - Olfactory - Typical mammalian pattern, uses chemical signals (pheromones) - Limited use is anthropoids (and haplorhines), more extensive in prosimians (strepsir...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Mary Mc Donald Pavelka
ANTH 311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Altricial, Prolactin, Precocial
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The Life Course PRIMATES - Large brain relative to body size - Slow maturing - Lengthy period of dependence - Heavy reliance upon learning for survival - When a new baby is born, behaviours in a group change - Pri...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Mary Mc Donald Pavelka
ANTH 311 Lecture 11: Primate Social Groups (Group Composition)
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Primate Social Groups VARIATION IN SEVERAL AREAS Group Composition Dispersal Pattern Cohesion GROUP COMPOSITION 5 main possibilities Solitary Mother and young are the only consistent grouping Male ranges may overlap...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Mary Mc Donald Pavelka
ANTH 311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cercopithecinae, Social Relation, Scramble Competition
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Primate Social Groups VARIATION IN SEVERAL AREAS - Group Composition - Dispersal Pattern - Cohesion COHESION - Cohesive - Smaller groups - Smaller home ranges - Close spatial proximity - Coordination o...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Mary Mc Donald Pavelka
ANTH 311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Philopatry, Dominatrix, Mate Choice
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Primate Social Groups VARIATION IN SEVERAL AREAS - Group Composition - Dispersal Pattern - Cohesion DISPERSAL PATTERN (DISPERSAL AND PHILOPATRY) - In all primate groups, one sex, or both sexes disperse from the nat...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Mary Mc Donald Pavelka
ANTH 311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Natural Selection, Sociobiology, Primate
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Natural Selection and Sociobiology ADAPTATION AND EVOLUTION PROCESS OF BIOLOGICAL CHANGE OVER TIME - An adaptation (also known as microevolution) is a short term change within a species over a few generations (e.g. m...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Mary Mc Donald Pavelka
ANTH 311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Grooming Claw, Adaptive Radiation, Galago
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Anthropology 311 Primate Characteristics PROSIMIAN CHARACTERISTICS (MORPHOLOGICAL TRAITS FOUND IN LEMURS, LORISES, AND TARSIERS) - Mostly nocturnal - The ancestral mammal that face rise to all other mammals was ...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Mary Mc Donald Pavelka
ANTH 311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Olive Colobus, Kibale National Park, Behavioral Ecology
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ANTH 311 Primate Community Ecology Outline: - Interspecies interactions - Niche Divergence - Polyspecific associations (benefits) - Primate-plant interactions Interspecies Interactions - A...

Anthropology
ANTH 311
Dejana Nikitovic

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