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UNLANTH 110BabchukSpring

ANTH 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Paleo-Indians, Clovis Culture, Clovis Point

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28 Feb 2017
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The emergence of symbolic art in the upper paleolithic may be taken as direct archaeological evidence of language. During the upper paleolithic, people
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UNLANTH 110BabchukSpring

ANTH 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Ischium, Postorbital Bone, Diastema

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22 Feb 2017
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The hominin (human lineage incorporated several important physical changes to accommodate the shift to bipedal locomotion, modification of the female p
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UNLANTH 110BabchukSpring

ANTH 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Peter Ucko, Lower Paleolithic, Venus Figurines

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28 Feb 2017
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Lifestyles were similar to lifestyles before; people were mainly hunters, gatherers, and fishers who probably lived in small mobile bands. They made th
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UNLANTH 110BabchukSpring

ANTH 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Kenyapithecus, Pierolapithecus, Brachiation

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1 Feb 2017
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Pierolapithecus: a middle miocene ape that had wrists and vertebrae that would have made it capable of brachiation, but also has relatively short finge
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UNLANTH 110BabchukSpring

ANTH 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Callosity, Simian

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31 Jan 2017
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Includes humans, apes, and monkeys: rounded braincases, reduced non-mobile outer ears, relatively small, flat faces instead of muzzles, highly efficien
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UNLANTH 110BabchukSpring

ANTH 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Sewall Wright, Genetic Drift, Flor

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21 Jan 2017
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Segregation: the random sorting of chromosomes in meiosis. Crossing-over: exchanges pf sections of chromosomes from one chromosome to another. Genetic
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UNLANTH 110BabchukSpring

ANTH 110 Chapter 5: Antro. notes 5.5

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1 Feb 2017
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Continental drift: the movement of the continents over the past 135 million years. Laurasia, which included north america and eurasia; and gondwanaland
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UNLANTH 110BabchukSpring

ANTH 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Canine Tooth, Diastema, Hominidae

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1 Feb 2017
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Hominoids: the group of catarrhines that includes both apes and humans. Hylobatids: the family of hominoids that includes gibbons and siamangs; often r
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UNLANTH 110BabchukSpring

ANTH 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Thicket, Hominini, Bonobo

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1 Feb 2017
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Of all the primates, only hominins consistently walk erect on two feet. Bipedalism: locomotion in which an animal walks on its two hind legs. Hominins
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UNLANTH 110BabchukSpring

ANTH 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Quadrupedalism, Indri, Sub-Saharan Africa

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31 Jan 2017
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All primates belong to the class mammalia. Mammals are warm blooded: their body temperature is more or less constantly warm and usually higher than tha
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UNLANTH 110BabchukSpring

ANTH 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Carl Linnaeus, Macrobius, Systema Naturae

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21 Jan 2017
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Astronomers estimate that the universe has been in existence for some 15 billion years- plus or minus a few billion. Charles dar(cid:449)i(cid:374)"s t
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UNLANTH 110BabchukSpring

ANTH 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Adaptation, Lichen, Reproductive Isolation

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21 Jan 2017
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Natural selection: the outcome of processes that affect the frequencies of traits in a particular environment. Traits that enhance survival and reprodu
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