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Department
Anthropology
Course
CAS AN 102
Professor
Matt Cartmill
Semester
Spring

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Lab 5 Thursday, February 14, 2013 11:13 AM Teeth are important because it’s the only part of the skeleton that interacts withthe outside world Preserve the best, hardest substance in the body Primates are: Tend to be upright Strepshirines Flexiblelimb structurethat is generallyprimitive(lack of specialization) Lemurs, lorises, galagos 5 digits Tooth comb Prehensile hand and feet Rhinarium Flattened nails Smaller relative brain size Tactilepads for sensation No post orbital septum (bar not septum) Generalized dentition Stereoscopic vision Binocularvision Haplorrhines Larger visualcortex No tapetum lucidum Less sense of smell Biggerbrains to body size No tooth comb Post orbital septum Slower life history Tarisersstand out as halfway between Platyrrhines New world monkeys Haplorrhines Prehensile tales 2.1.3.3 Flat noses with nostrilsto the side
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