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OSUANTHROP 3300Guatelli- Steinberg DebbieFall

ANTHROP 3300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine, Iliofemoral Ligament, Ground Reaction Force

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Bipedal locomotion: morphology and biomechanical principles: many features long assumed to suggest knuckle-walking behaviors. Are found in non-knuckle-
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OSUANTHROP 3300Guatelli- Steinberg DebbieFall

ANTHROP 3300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Microcephalin, Meiosis, Molecular Clock

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OSUANTHROP 3300Guatelli- Steinberg DebbieFall

ANTHROP 3300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Hyoid Bone, Aurignacian, Cementum

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What the fossils say about modern human origins: a reality check. Chapter 13: 517 520 & 534 585. Fossil evidence from europe: the neandertal question:
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OSUANTHROP 3300Guatelli- Steinberg DebbieFall

ANTHROP 3300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Wilfrid Le Gros Clark, Foramen Magnum, Postorbital Bar

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Chapter 1: what distinguishes humans from other primates, carolus linnaeus. Characterized primates as having several distinctive anatomical features. F
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OSUANTHROP 3300Guatelli- Steinberg DebbieFall

ANTHROP 3300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Homo Erectus, Sangiran, Brain Size

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OSUANTHROP 3300Guatelli- Steinberg DebbieFall

ANTHROP 3300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Accelerator Mass Spectrometry, Lapilli, Tephra

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Finding fossil hominins: taphonomy branch of paleontology that deals with the process of fossilization. Goal is to reconstruct as much lost information
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OSUANTHROP 3300Guatelli- Steinberg DebbieFall

ANTHROP 3300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Australopithecus Afarensis, Neanderthal, Homo Rudolfensis

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Examining teeth to determine age: mann"s findings. Long maturational periods had already evolved in pliocene: b. holly smith"s findings hominins older
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OSUANTHROP 3304William Mc GrawSpring

ANTHROP 3304 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Greater Bamboo Lemur, Golden Bamboo Lemur, Bamboo Lemur

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OSUANTHROP 2200Kirby TrovilloSpring

ANTHROP 2200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Stereopsis, Postorbital Bar, Prehensile Tail

Ch 6 - bio in the present: other living primates. Humans and other primates share forward-facing eyes and relatively similar diseases. Primates have a
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OSUANTHROP 3401Grimstead DeannaSpring

ANTHROP 3401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Archaeological Resources Protection Act Of 1979, Environmental Movement, Basalt

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Introduction: cultural resource management (crm) a professional field that conducts activities, including archaeology, related to compliance with legis
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OSUANTHROP 2200Kirby TrovilloSpring

ANTHROP 2200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Cambrian Explosion, Fluorine, Geologic Time Scale

Ch 8 - fossils and their place in time & nature. Strata: layers of rock, representing various periods of deposition. Organisms were transformed into ro
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OSUANTHROP 2200Kirby TrovilloSpring

ANTHROP 2200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Jane Goodall, Gombe Stream National Park, Olduvai Gorge

Ch 7 - primate sociality, social behavior, & culture. Habituate: refers to the process of animals becoming accustomed to human observers. Primates expr
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