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ANTH 1301 Lecture 14: Lecture 14

Lecture 14 Human Origins Primate Behavior Movie: Money In the Mirror * Monkeys cannot recognize themselves in the mirrors but apes can Chimpanzee baby: like a human being. responds to mothers and help bond them. Learn by w...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus
ANTH 1301 Lecture 16: Lecture 16

Lecture 16 Human Origins Evolution of Lower Primates Chapter 8 Dermoptera Stem group All of the taxa in a clade before a major speciation event. Hard to recognize in the fossil record bc they dont possess the clades shared...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus
ANTH 1301 Lecture 13: Lecture 13

Lecture 13 Human Origins Primate Behavior Movie Gibbon Hylobates Lar Bonobo Pan Pancius 1) locomotor behavior: Brachiating. Perfected the arm swing. Walk upright a lot. and knuckle walk. arm swing 2) dietary adaptations: F...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus
ANTH 1301 Lecture 5: Lecture 5

Lecture 6 Human Origins Chapter 4 Modern Evolutionary Theory The Modern Synthesis (1920s1930s) states that: Variation occurs first. Thereafter the forces of Natural Selection act on variation. Variation and Natural Selecti...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus
ANTH 1301 Lecture 6: Lecture 6

Lecture 6 Human Origins Chapter 5 Mendel and the Mechanisms of Inheritance Key Words mitosis meiosis gamete zygote diploid (2n) haploid (1n) preformation Gregor Mendel (18221884) Principle of Segregation Principle of Indep...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus
ANTH 1301 Lecture 24: Lecture 24

Human Origins Lecture 24 Evolution of Homo heidelbergensis Homo erectus in Java (Asia) and China First spread out of Africa End species = H. floresiensis H. heidelbergensis vs. Archaic H. sapiens Second spread Other form a...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus
ANTH 1301 Lecture 23: Lecture 23

Human Origins Lecture 23 Evolution of Homo erectus in Java and China Dmanisi, Republic of Georgia 1.85 mya Dmanisi in the Republic of Georgia is the first place we find evidence of Homo erectus dispersal out of Africa. Fiv...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus
ANTH 1301 Lecture 21: Lecture 21

Human Origins Lecture 21 Australopithecus and Paranthropus The Gracile Australopithecines (4.2 1.9 mya) Australopithecus anamensis (East Africa). Australopithecus afarensis (East Africa). Australopithecus africanus (South ...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus
ANTH 1301 Lecture 18: Lecture 18

Lecture 18 Human Origins Miocene Apes and Earliest Hominins Basic Review For Midterm: Fossil Primates Purgatorius: earliest known primate Adapoids: lemurlike Eocene primates Omomyoids: tarsierlike Eocene primates Catopithe...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus
ANTH 1301 Lecture 20: Lecture 20

111113 Human Origins Lecture 20 PlioPleistocene: Hominin Evolution I HumanApe split Thermoregulation Model: Less soal radiation, less sweating if youre upright on two feet Origin of bipedalism: anatomical basis: get larger...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus
ANTH 1301 Lecture 15: Lecture 15

Lecture 15 Human Origins Primate Anatomy and Primate Origins Derived Primate Features Include: 1) Forward direction of eyes. 2) Reduction in snout size. 3) Flexible handsfeet with opposable thumbbig toe. 4) Nails on most d...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus
ANTH 1301 Lecture 17: Lecture 17

Human Origins Lecture 17 Evolution of Early Monkeys and Apes During the Cenozoic: Most of primate evolution unfolded. The time period is divided into seven epochs: 1. Paleocene (65 mya; primatelike mammals, aka Plesiadapif...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus
ANTH 1301 Lecture 12: Lecture 12

Lecture 12 Human Origins Overview of the Primate Order Monophyly a group of organisms which forms a clade, meaning that it consists of an ancestor and all its descendants. They all evolve from a common ancestor. Terms Taxa...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus
ANTH 1301 Lecture 11: Lecture 11

Lecture 11 Human Origins Geological Time and Evolution Phyletic gradualism stresses anogenesis. slow change Punctuated equilibrium cladogenis followed by statis. Fast Principle of convergence Convergence in the morpholo...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus
ANTH 1301 Lecture 9: Lecture 9

Lecture 9 Human Origins Chapter 8 Macroevolutionary Change and Polygenic Traits Balance Polymorphism: half sickled cells. Relationship between genes and biological effects: Single gene effect: each gene has a distinct biol...

Anthropology
ANTH 1301
Robert Franciscus

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