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UCLAANTHRO 7S N Y D E R, J E F F R E Y K E I T HFall

ANTHRO 7 Chapter Notes -Allele Frequency

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ANTHRO 7 Chapter Notes -Oldowan, Encephalization Quotient

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ANTHRO 7 Chapter Notes -Pleiotropy, Mendelian Inheritance, Natural Selection

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Some sort of nonrandom interaction is necessary among altruists to maintain altruism because natural selection will favor their behavior only if they i
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ANTHRO 7 Chapter Notes -Occipital Bone, Upper Paleolithic, Homo Ergaster

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ANTHRO 7 Chapter Notes -Natural Selection

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Chapter 1, questions 2 and 3: yes, because natural selection happens from the competition between individuals. An adaptive advantage that will come of
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UCLAANTHRO 7S N Y D E R, J E F F R E Y K E I T HFall

ANTHRO 7 Chapter Notes -Natural Selection

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Chapter 1, questions 2 and 3: yes, because natural selection happens from the competition between individuals. An adaptive advantage that will come of
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ANTHRO 7 Chapter Notes -Australopithecus, Kenyanthropus, Paranthropus

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The quality and completeness of the fossil record affect this problem because it makes it very hard to find the true age of some species since so much
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ANTHRO 7 Chapter Notes -Spina Bifida, Natural Selection

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Race is not a biologically meaningful category of classification because it leads people to believe that they can be naturally divided into three disti
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anthro 7 HW #3.docx

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The difference between homology and analogy is that homology is similarities between traits of different species that are due to a common ancestor, whi
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ANTHRO 7 Chapter Notes -Xhosa People, Frostbite, Y Chromosome

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M and n left africa 60 kya and spread out to the rest of the world around 50 kya. The source of variation in finger number can come from either genetic
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