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UTSGANT203Y1Maryam NargolwallaFall

Lecture - Primate Adaptations & Behaviour

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1 Dec 2011
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UTSGANT203Y1Michelle CameronFall

ANT203Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Axial Skeleton, Ulna, Humerus

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26 Nov 2018
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The skeleton does not sit in isolation, part of a broader system. The main interaction is between the skeletons and our muscles. Provides protection fo
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UTSGANT203Y1Keriann Mc GooganWinter

ANT203Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Acheulean, Hyoid Bone, Homo Erectus

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13 Feb 2013
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Glaciations: climatic intervals when continental ice sheets cover much of northern continents: more arid climates in the south, cooler temperatures in
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UTSGANT203Y1Michelle CameronFall

ANT203Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Visual Appearance, Body Shape, Probability Distribution

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26 Nov 2018
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Race doesn"t always make sense biologically, but if we look at the cultural differences it can help explain facets that don"t factually occur. Review:
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UTSGANT203Y1Michelle CameronFall

ANT203Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Evolutionary Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, Macroevolution

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26 Nov 2018
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The study of people from the biological, cultural, historical and societal perspectives. We are looking at culture and biology as they interact togethe
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UTSGANT203Y1Michelle CameronFall

ANT203Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Denisovan, Evolutionary Anthropology, Collagen

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26 Nov 2018
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Humans past and present are constantly in the news and media. How we access food resources has changed drastically in the past decades. Did her phd in
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UTSGANT203Y1Michelle CameronFall

ANT203Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Osteon, Osteoblast, Weight-Bearing

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26 Nov 2018
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Human skeleton is a part of the body system and it is worth bearing in mind that though we are looking at the skeletal remains as something left behind
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UTSGANT203Y1Brooke CrowleyFall

Origins

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13 Dec 2010
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Continental drift has led to environment shifts. depends on position of continents, different climates the position of the plates influenced the origin
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UTSGANT203Y1Michelle CameronFall

ANT203Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Natural Selection, Phenotype, Zygosity

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26 Nov 2018
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The nature of humans: lecture 3 professor michelle cameron. Recap : all included in last weeks" notes & on slides. In his late teens he went to univers
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UTSGANT203Y1Keriann Mc GooganSummer

ANT203Y-Lecture#17

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28 Sep 2011
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UTSGANT203Y1Michelle CameronFall

ANT203Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Theodosius Dobzhansky, Population Genetics, Zygosity

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26 Nov 2018
0
Posted online so you can look further into this opportunity as a research venture. Mendel work led us into the 1900s, where people started getting more
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UTSGANT203Y1Kerriann Mc GooganFall

ANT203Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Central Nervous System, Somatic Nervous System, Spinal Cord

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27 Jan 2016
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Organized below is an outline of the basic structures of the human body and their unique characteristics: central nervous system, complex brains, spina
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