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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Reproductive Isolation, Macroevolution, Fetus

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14 Dec 2015
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Associated with research on the formation of new taxonomic groups. Large-scale changes at or above the special level. Similar-looking individuals that
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Stereopsis, List Of Fossil Primates, Postorbital Bar

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Primates are of interest to anthropologists because they can help us to study human evolution through the principal of homology. Because we share a com
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sister Chromatids, Punnett Square, Mitosis

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14 Dec 2015
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Before this they did not know how traits were passed on from one generation to another till mendel came in. Studied trait inheritance in common pea pla
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Medical Anthropology, Primatology, Scientific Theory

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14 Dec 2015
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Evolution - a change in gene frequency (percentage of gene in pop) within the pop from one generation to another. Hollistic or comprehensive study of -
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Vapor Pressure, Evapotranspiration, Aquifer

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14 Dec 2015
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Ees - lecture 6- water and intro to soils. When measuring runoff, it becomes a depth. Most water leaves any system through evaporation or transpiration
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01 Lecture 12: lecture 12 enviro sci

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14 Dec 2015
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Alternatives exist that are renewable and less environmentally damaging than fossil fuels. Principle conventional alternatives: hydroelectricity: from
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01 Lecture 10: lecture 10 enviro sci

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14 Dec 2015
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Then there are other gases that are present too. Thin, but of atmospheric mass because air is much denser near the surface of the earth. Where most of
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Allopatric Speciation, Sea Level Rise, Plate Tectonics

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14 Dec 2015
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Ees - lecture 11 - biodiversity and conservation. Biodiversity or biological diversity is the total variety of all organisms in an area. Takes into acc
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Soil Retrogression And Degradation, Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods, Soil Structure

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14 Dec 2015
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Major problem: not all land is arable. Good climate with a lot of water. Topography more difficult to deal with (more hills and stuff) Rocks that are o
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Genetically Modified Food, Intensive Farming, Selective Breeding

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14 Dec 2015
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Ees - lecture 8 - agriculture and environmental impacts. Solution get more out of each unit of land. Ability to grow more food on this limited space. M
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01 Lecture 9: lecture 9 enviro sci

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14 Dec 2015
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Eess - lecture 9 - global climate change. Precession - slow change of axis of earth rotation. Obliquity - subtle change of the actual angle of the axia
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Foramen Magnum, Vertebral Column, Quadrupedalism

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14 Dec 2015
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Y-5 molar and lack of a tail is traits for hominids. Makes it difficult to sort out phylogenetic traits. Relative brain size = size of brain/size of bo
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Foramen Magnum, List Of Fossil Primates, Quaternary

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14 Dec 2015
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Organic material in the bone: collagen - eventually mineralizes and turns into fossils. Make empirically based inferences on dead species from still in
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UTSCANTB14H3Michael SchillaciFall

ANTB14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Homo Rudolfensis, Homo Habilis, Olduvai Gorge

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14 Dec 2015
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From sites in tanzania, kenya, and ethiopia (east africa), some in south africa. Species designation: brain size and association with stone tools. 635
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UTSCPSYC85H3Connie BoudensFall

PSYC85H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cogito Ergo Sum, Empiricism

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20 Oct 2015
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Scholars rejected scholarship and religious thought of middle ages, thought nothing original and creative had happened since the fall of rome. Return t
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ecological Footprint, John Holdren, Doubling Time

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20 Oct 2015
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Environmental science: study of how our natural world works, how our environment affects us, and how we affect the environment. Not only a particular m
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