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UTMANT101H5Jack SidnellFall

ANT101H5 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Joint Attention, Linguistic System, Hominidae

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12 Oct 2018
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Sign that are not intentionally communicative includes things like blinking, twitching, sweating, and perhaps crying. Also includes, walking or looking
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UTMANT101H5Sherry FukuzawaWinter

[ANT101H5] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 90 pages long Study Guide!

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6 Feb 2017
45
Lecture 4 heredity, evolution & human diversity. Key idea: all believe that organisms that exist today exist in the same form as they were created. How
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UTMANT101H5Sherry FukuzawaWinter

ANT101H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Homo Ergaster, Ardipithecus, Ardi

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26 Feb 2017
4
Microevolution: small changes in allele frequencies acting on the gene pool. Macroevolution: appearance of new species due to many generational changes
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UTMANT101H5Sherry FukuzawaWinter

ANT101H5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cell Nucleus, Dentition, Anthropocentrism

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31 Jan 2017
16
We are better prepared to face the future because, unlike our ancestors, we have knowledge of how and why old societies failed/succeeded. The better we
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UTMANT101H5Sherry FukuzawaWinter

ANT101H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Spear-Thrower, Lithic Reduction, Homo Heidelbergensis

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1 Dec 2016
27
Ant101 summary of time periods, important events & tool technologies. Catopithecus, may be the ancestor of all anthropoids (41-32) Genus aegyptopithecu
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UTMANT101H5Sherry FukuzawaWinter

ANT101H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Molecular Anthropology, Osteology, Genetic Drift

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11 Oct 2016
68
Humans can learn about their past and use it to their benefit. Evolution, change in genetic structure from one generation to another. Anthropology, stu
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UTMANT101H5Sherry FukuzawaWinter

ANT101H5 Midterm: Ant101 – Test 2 Notes

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11 Oct 2016
26
3/2/2015 5:49:00 pm: reptiles show mammal like features, slim flesh eaters. Mezozoic: 190 mya: 1st mammals appeared at the end of triassic period, smal
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UTMANT101H5Sherry FukuzawaWinter

ANT101H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lufengpithecus, Paranthropus Aethiopicus, Orrorin

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27 May 2016
32
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UTMANT101H5Sherry FukuzawaWinter

ANT101H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Postorbital Bar, Foramen Magnum, Catarrhini

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27 May 2016
16
2 different types of traits, derived & ancestral infer ancestry (cladistics) Single ancestral species gives rise to 2+ descendant species. Mammal-like
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UTMANT101H5Sherry FukuzawaWinter

ANT101H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Omnivore, Ponginae, Haplorhini

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14 Apr 2016
61
Anthropology study of humans: cultural approach: human behavior is learned and shared by members of a society, evolutionary approach: adaptation to the
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UTMANT101H5Sherry FukuzawaWinter

ANT101H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Olduvai Gorge, Homo Erectus, Homo Habilis

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4 Apr 2016
39
Its scope extends from 2. 6 mya, with the earliest ideniied early hominin tools and tool making debris, up to the twenty-irst century. For paleoanthrop
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UTMANT101H5Sherry FukuzawaWinter

ANT101H5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Simian, Insular Dwarfism, Swartkrans

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6 Feb 2016
50
Carpolestes? (placed plesiadapiformes into first origin of primates) Parapithecidae ( probable ancestor of nwm, has a prehensile tale, Aegyptopithecus
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