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Lecture 68

ANP 443 Lecture Notes - Lecture 68: Anatomically Modern Human, Neanderthal, Patrilocal Residence


Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANP 443
Professor
A.Michael
Lecture
68

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ANP 443 Lecture 68
The mtDNA data indicate that Neandertals fit into the range of subspecific variation
we see in ______
chimpanzees.
Most mammals have ________, where one or the other sex leaves their natal group
upon reaching sexual maturity.
sex-biased dispersal
________:Females stay in natal group, males leave.
________: Males stay in natal group, females leave.
Matrilocal ; Patrilocal
in a ______ society, we expect to see an accumulation of similar mtDNA sequences
in females.
matrilocal
in a ____ society, we expect to see similar mtDNA sequences in brothersif they all
inherited their DNA from them same mom.
patrilocal
due to a site in spain, we believe neanderthals had this type of mating/ social
system
patrilocal (the males had more similar mtDNA haplotypes than females)
The data suggest that between _______% of the genomes of people in Eurasia are
derived from Neandertals
1-4%
true or false: neandertals likely interbred with early modern humans as they moved
out of Africa.
true
As some Homo sapiens were leaving Africa, some of them interbred with
Neandertals. This resulted in
________________________________________________________________. Some Homo
sapiens stayed in Africa (becoming modern African populations). These Homo
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