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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Earwax, Binomial Nomenclature, Medical Anthropology
Tutorials start next week for a1, b1, etc. Section goals: historical development, mechanisms, and outcomes of biological evolution, diversity of life a
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Evolutionary Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, Conservation Biology
Tutorial sign up commences on september 11th (deadline = september 24th) Textbook: introduction to evolutionary anthropology by shawn lehman (2nd ed. H
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Thomas Robert Malthus, Forensic Anthropology, Evolution
The intriguing questions such as who we are, where we come from and why are we here are sought to be answered by evolutionary anthropologists and biolo
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Chin, Sexual Selection, Medical Anthropology
What is evolutionary anthropology: what it means to be human, how did we evolve, are we dominant lifeforms on the planet, how long we will be here. Pri
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ANT100Y1 Lecture 2: ANT100Y Lec 2 Concise notes
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ANT100Y1 Lecture 2: Anthropology day 2
Somatic cells: most cells in body (except sex cells: gametes: sex cells (sperm and ovum, nucleus: contains hereditary material, known as chromosomes. C
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Medical Anthropology, Eye Color, Primatology
Lecture #2 (cid:343)it"s about climate, water, geology, and life! (cid:344) Application of modern evolutionary theory to studies of morphology, ecology
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gregor Mendel, Medical Anthropology, Intraspecific Competition
Section goals: historical development, mechanisms, outcomes of biological evolution, diversity of life and natural process, fossil record, with basic u
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gregor Mendel, Pisum, Sexual Selection
Biodiversity- life changing, geology, water (water cycle and how the earth moves is important for life), climate (where the rain comes and doesn"t, whe
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Gene Flow, Natural Selection, Zygosity
Focuses on how evolution works at the level of phenotypes, genes, and pop"s. Genetics: somatic cells: most cells in body except sex cells, gametes, cyt
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stereopsis, Cathemerality, Strepsirrhini
Announcements: week 1 cycle this tuesday: cladistics tutorial with hands-on analyse of casts of fossil and chimpanzee skulls, event until 5:30 pm on oc
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tapetum Lucidum, Postorbital Bar, Lemur
Ant 100 lecture 4 - primate behaviour and ecology. Primates are mammals that are warm blooded, have hair on their bodies & they feed their young mi
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ANT100Y1 Lecture 5: (Oct. 11) Lec #5- page 8
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ANT100Y1 Lecture 5: (Oct. 11) Lec #5- page 1
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ANT100Y1 Lecture 5: ANT100Y1 Lecture 4: Anthropology Day 4: Primate & Human Evolution
Lecture goals: general patterns of morphology and phylogenetics for fossil primates and hominins, what a hominin is in terms of taxonomy, morphological
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Homo Habilis, Homo Erectus, Homo Rudolfensis
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ANT100Y1 Lecture 5: ANT 100 - Lecture 5 - Primate & Human Evolution
Ant 100 lecture 4 primate and human evolution. Plesiadapids not primates: did not have postorbital bar (the bar over top of the eye. Their eyes just re
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Sequential Hermaphroditism, Forensic Anthropology, Medical Anthropology
Human sexual variation, medical anthropology, & forensic anthropology. Just as morphological variation in humans, we have a fantastic variety of gender
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Homo Habilis, Homo Rudolfensis, Homo Heidelbergensis
Ant100 lecture 6 human evolution and race. Hominin fossils: moving from ape-like creatures to human kind, geographically still found in africa. Rise of
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Looting, Archaeological Site, Soil Chemistry
The archaeological record is the sum of all physical evidence about the past that survives to the present. Factors that affect the archaeological recor
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Linguistic Anthropology, Medical Anthropology, Hermaphrodite
Ant100 - human sexual variation, medical & forensic anthropology - lecture #6. Olden days, gender was assigned by the physical attributes of the baby.
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Soil Chemistry, Stone Tool, Soil Resistivity
Ant100 - lecture 8 - the archeological record. Everything in the world that remains of physical remains from everything in the past that happened with
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Volcanic Glass, Stone Tool, Dendrochronology
Calendar dating: e. g. dates on grave stones, monuments, written documents, many calendars exist: Ancient greeks from date of first olympics = 776 bce.
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Accelerator Mass Spectrometry, Radiocarbon Dating, Volcanic Glass
Ant 100- lecture 9 dating methods / analysis and interpretation. Absolute dating: gives you a specific year of when the item was made. Many different m
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Mercedes Lackey, Middle Paleolithic, Stone Tool
Lecture 10: origin and spread of modern humans. Art (symbolic expression) is rare or absent, although red ochre may have been used to colour skin, clot
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Beringia, Hunter-Gatherer, Grave Goods
Lecture 11: topic 6: from food production to early states. Indication of ritual e. g. , definite burials with grave goods: expansion of our species to
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Mississippian Culture, Social Status, Acculturation
Reconstructing social organization = arrangement between individuals and groups in human society that structure relationships and activities. Some majo
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Neanderthal, Middle Paleolithic, Openair
Ant 100 lecture 11 middle palaeolithic. Cranial capacity as large as or larger than modern humans (though brain is not organized in same way. : had ver
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Upper Paleolithic, Beringia, List Of Domesticated Animals
Ant 100 lecture 13 wrapping up the semester. Recap: lecture ending is around the upper paleolithic, but it should be seen as how all humans lived aroun
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