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UTMANT203H5Esteban ParraWinter

ANT203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Canine Tooth, Zygote, Incisor

Vanessa Eugine6 Page
12 Mar 2014
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Humans are the most widely distributed living primate species. During the course of human evolution, we have expanded into many different. Biological a
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UTMANT203H5Esteban ParraWinter

ANT203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Prosimian, Evolutionary Taxonomy, Hyoid Bone

OC2338916 Page
10 Feb 2014
64
Biological species concept - organisms from different populations are considered to be in the same species if they naturally interbreed and produce fer
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UTMANT203H5Esteban ParraWinter

ANT203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Carpolestes, Simian, Oligocene

Vanessa Eugine3 Page
13 Mar 2014
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ANT203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Chronospecies, Darwin'S Finches, Stratum

Vanessa Eugine5 Page
6 Jan 2014
55
When so-called creation scientists dispute evolution, they generally mean macroevolution. Creationism argues that we cannot directly observe changes ov
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UTMANT203H5Esteban ParraWinter

ANT203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, Fluorine, Cosmic Ray

Vanessa Eugine5 Page
13 Mar 2014
40
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Chapter 2 Notes - Human Genetics

OC45762 Page
22 Oct 2011
46
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ANT203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Biological Anthropology

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22 Oct 2011
38
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Chapter Textbook Notes - Introduction

Vanessa Eugine2 Page
13 Sep 2013
24
Anthropology has an unusual character and history that defies the typical categorization of an academic discipline as being natural science or social s
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ANT203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Intelligence Quotient, Heritability, Negroid

OC43307 Page
25 Apr 2012
32
The least amount of variation - the most amount of variation (existing in humans: physical characteristics (ex. hair colour, less observed characterist
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ANT203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Human Genetic Variation, Probability Distribution, Allele Frequency

Vanessa Eugine3 Page
12 Nov 2013
29
Race is used for classification, both in everyday use as well as in medicine and forensics. Race is used t describe biological characteristics but is a
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Chapter 14 of course book

OC41883 Page
22 Dec 2011
30
The difference that exist among people and populations. Is a genetic trait whereby there are at least two alleles each with frequencies greater than on
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ANT203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Northeast Asia, Sickle-Cell Disease, Hemoglobin A

Vanessa Eugine3 Page
13 Nov 2013
18
Humans did not stop evolving once they reached the status of anatomically modern humans. As we developed agriculture and grew dramatically in size, we
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