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UCSCANTH 1RetiFall

ANTH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Franz Boas, Linguistic Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology

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Anthropology: the study of humankind, viewed from the perspective of all people and all times. Includes cultural anthropology, linguistic anthropology,
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UCSCANTH 1RetiFall

ANTH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: James Hutton, Robert Hooke, Uniformitarianism

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Went on a five year voyage around the world to collect and study the natural world. Formulated questions about the origins of the organisms he discover
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UCSCANTH 1Jay S RetiFall

ANTH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Earnest Hooton, Human Evolution, Franz Boas

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Anthropology: study of humankind, viewed from perspective of al people and all times. Culture: learned behavior that is transmitted from person to pers
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UCSCANTH 1Jay S RetiFall

ANTH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: E. O. Wilson, Word Stem, Inclusive Fitness

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Edward o wilson: natural selection favors primate behaviors that enhance survival and reproduction. Competition and sexual dimorphism - more competitio
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UCSCANTH 1Jay S RetiFall

ANTH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Wilfrid Le Gros Clark, Dentition, Premolar

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Sir wilfrid e. le gros clark identified 3 tendencies: Potto, a prosimian, has primitive dermal ridges, whereas the human, a higher primate, has more de
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UCSCANTH 1Jay S RetiFall

ANTH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Faiyum Oasis, Taphonomy, Geologic Time Scale

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Ch 8: fossils and their place in time and nature. Fossils dug up : remains of living organisms transformed into rock through chemical replacement. Repl
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UCSCANTH 1Jay S RetiFall

ANTH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nuclear Dna, Nitrogenous Base, Cytosine

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3. 1 the cell: its role in producing life and producing variation. Prokaryotes: single-celled organisms with no nuclear membranes or organelles and wit
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UCSCANTH 1Jay S RetiFall

ANTH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Pleistocene, Selective Breeding, Syphilis

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13. 1 the agriculture revolution: new foods and new adaptations. Later pleistocene, humans began exploiting fish in oceans. Domestication: key mental t
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UCSCANTH 1Jay S RetiFall

ANTH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Carl Linnaeus, Binomial Nomenclature, Georges Cuvier

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Chapter 2: evolution - constructing a fundamental scientific theory. Fossils: physical remains of part of all of once-living organisms, mostly bones an
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UCSCANTH 1Jay S RetiFall

ANTH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Foramen Magnum, Canine Tooth, Iliac Crest

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Humans: foramen magnum @ bottom of the skull - head sits on top of body trunk. Apes: @ posterior of skull - head sits on front of trunk: shape of spine
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UCSCANTH 2Alejandra KramerSpring

ANTH 2 Chapter 7: Chapter 7 (S&S)

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Let be an acute angle in standard position as shown below inside the circle of radius: p is a point on the terminal side of that is on the circle. Usin
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UCSCANTH 1Sarah SchraderFall

ANTH 1 Chapter Notes -Nuclear Dna, Dna Replication, Allosome

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