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Lecture 2

Lecture 2 cont. week 1 BLUE FONT

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Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANTB22H3
Professor
Joyce Parga

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Jan.13.2011 Lecture 1 BLUE FONT FILL INS!
SLIDE LORISES:
Toxin in saliva; functional when capturing prey, also functioning when being the
prey itself
SLIDE GALAGOS:
Urine-wash (scent-marking) for territorial purposes; chemical communication
SLIDE TARSIERS:
Faunivore; not only eats insects, but can also eat small birds, lizards, can capture
small vertebrates. Only carnivorous primate, no plant matter
No tapetum lucidum; general characteristic because they lack that protective layer,
hence why eyes are so big
VCL locomotion, called a tarsier because of their elongated tarsal bones
Locomotion: vertical clinging and leaping
PRIMATES AND SUBORDER SLIDE: KNOW BOTH CLASSIFICATIONS!
PROSIMIANS VS. ANTHROPOID, AND STREPSIRHINES VS. HAPLORHINES
Tarsier; even though they are categorized under prosimians, tarsiers have mixing of
maternal and fetal blood. Should be categorized as anthropoids
2 Suborders: StrepsirhinesHaplorhines
Tarsiers
Tarsiers do not have a rhinarium (moist nose)
*Haplorhines do NOT have rhinarium, but Strepsirhines DO
SLIDE ANTHROPOID CHARACTERISTICS:
We have a very poor sense of smell vs. prosimians
Increased parental care; would never park infants!
SLIDE ANTHROPOID CHARACTERISTICS 2:
Increased gestation (pregnancy) lengths, longer time to reach sexual maturity
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Jan.13.2011 Lecture 1 BLUE FONT FILL INS! SLIDE LORISES: Toxin in saliva; functional when capturing prey, also functioning when being the prey itself SLIDE GALAGOS: Urine-wash (scent-marking) for territorial purposes; chemical communication SLIDE TARSIERS: Faunivore; not only eats insects, but can also eat small birds, lizards, can capture small vertebrates. Only carnivorous primate, no plant matter No tapetum lucidum; general characteristic because they lack that protective layer, hence why eyes are so big VCL locomotion, called a tarsier because of their elongated tarsal bones Locomotion: vertical clinging and leaping PRIMATES AND SUBORDER SLIDE: KNOW BOTH CLASSIFICATIONS! PROSIMIANS VS. ANTHROPOID, AND STREPSIRHINES VS. HAPLORHINES Tarsier; even though they are categorized under prosimians, tarsiers have mixing of maternal and fetal blood. Should be categorized as anthropoids 2 Suborders: Strepsirhines Haplorhines Tarsiers Tarsiers do not have a rhinarium (moist nose) *Haplorhines do NOT have rhinarium, but Strepsirhines DO SLIDE ANTHROPOID CHARACTERISTICS: We have a very poor sense of smell vs. prosimians Increased parental care; would never park infants! SLIDE ANTHROPOID CHARACTERISTICS 2: Increased gestation (pregnancy) lengths, longer time to reach sexual maturity www.notesolution.com
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