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UTSGANT333Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT333Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Quadrupedalism, Femoral Head, Femur

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Arboreal quadrupedalism: femoral neck set at moderately high angle relative to shaft, enhancing abduction at hip. Ischium usually extended posteriorly
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ANT333Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Parental Investment, Clavicle, Primatology

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Strepsirhines (lemuriform) lemurs, sifakas, lorises, bushbabies. Carl von linn suggested that primates can be recognized based on the presence of: 4 in
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ANT333Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Phylip, Cladistics

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5 Dec 2012
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Evolution the sum total of all the genetic modifications that occur in a population or a species overtime. Basal primate the earliest of its kind, a mu
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ANT333Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cercopithecinae, Pitheciinae, Old World Monkey

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Classification the arrangement or organization of phenomena into categories. Taxonomy rationale or methodology used to classify; in biology is based on
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ANT333Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Paracone, Dentin, Deciduous Teeth

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Heterodonty differently shaped teeth plesiomorphic mammalian trait. All primate have deciduous teeth and then permanent teeth. Some strepsirhine specie
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ANT333Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Quadrupedalism, Folivore, Gastrointestinal Tract

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Strepsirhines on average are smaller than haplorhines. Nocturnal species are usually smaller than diurnal. Body plan reflects an inherent arboreal adap
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