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AR103 Chapter Notes -Dark Skin, Neural Tube Defect, Allele Frequency

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Physical anthropologists use the approach of population genetics to interpret microevolutionary patterns of human variation. Population genetics is the
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WLUAR103Jonathan HaxellFall

AR103 Chapter Notes -Dual Inheritance Theory, Ape, Terrestrial Locomotion

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Hominins is a colloquial term for members of the tribe hominini, which includes all bipedal hominoids back to the divergence with african great apes. B
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WLUAR103Jonathan HaxellFall

AR103 Chapter Notes -Allele Frequency, Genetic Drift, Gene Pool

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Each mitochondrial contains several copies of a ring-shaped dna molecule, or chromosome. While mitochondrial dna (mtdna) is distinct from chromosomal d
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WLUAR103Jonathan HaxellFall

AR103 Chapter Notes -Evolutionary Taxonomy, Cladistics, Phylogenetic Tree

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Chapter five: macroevolution: processes of vertebrate and mammalian. Classi cation is in biology, the ordering of organisms into categories, such as or
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WLUAR103Jonathan HaxellFall

AR103 Chapter Notes -Stereopsis, Prehensile Tail, Color Vision

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Chimpanzees, gorillas, and orangutans are not monkeys they"re apes. One way to understand any organism is to compare its anatomy and behaviour with tha
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WLUAR103Jonathan HaxellFall

AR103 Chapter Notes -Upper Paleolithic, Paleolithic Europe, Wurm

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294-301 week 12 notes - dec. 1, 2011. Chapter eleven: the origin & dispersal of modern humans. Beginning of the upper paleolithic, 40,000 ya. Upper pal
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WLUAR103Jonathan HaxellFall

AR103 Chapter Notes -Basal Metabolic Rate, Leopard Attack, Social Grooming

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Behaviour is anything organisms do that involves action in response to internal or external stimuli; the response of an individual, group, or species t
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WLUAR103Jonathan HaxellFall

AR103 Chapter Notes -Tetrapod, Continental Drift, Cenozoic

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Chapter five: macroevolution: processes of vertebrate and mammalian. Fossils are traces or remains of organisms found in geological beds on the earth"s
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