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UT-AUSTINANT 301Kappelman JohnFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Permafrost, Solutrean, Magdalenian

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ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Great Fear, Melanocortin 1 Receptor, Eugenics

In many areas, elds are abandoned after a few years and clearing occurs elsewhere: lactase persistence: in adults, the continued production of lactase,
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UT-AUSTINANT 301Kappelman JohnFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Atapuerca Mountains, Middle Pleistocene, Homo Heidelbergensis

Vocabulary: middle pleistocene: the portion of the pleistocene epoch beginning 780,000 ya and ending 125,000 ya, late pleistocene: the portion of the p
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UT-AUSTINANT 301Kappelman JohnFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Stephen Palumbi, Deforestation In India, Disconnection

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ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Stereopsis, Canine Tooth, Binocular Vision

This provides for depth perception, or viewing the external environment in three dimensions. Stereoscopic vision is partly a function of structures in
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UT-AUSTINANT 301Kappelman JohnFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Coevolution, Life History Theory, Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

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ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Paranthropus Boisei, The Roots, Paleomagnetism

This includes learned behaviors that can be communicated to others especially from one generation to the next. Aspects of this capacity have been ident
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UT-AUSTINANT 301Kappelman JohnFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Behavioral Ecology, Basal Metabolic Rate, Social Grooming

Vocabulary: behavior: anything organisms do that involves action in response to internal or external stimuli. The response of an individual, group, or
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UT-AUSTINANT 301Kappelman JohnFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Homo Erectus, Homo Ergaster, Lake Turkana

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UT-AUSTINANT 301Kappelman JohnFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Carl Linnaeus, Binomial Nomenclature, Erasmus Darwin

For example, dogs cannot mate and produce offspring with cats: binomial nomenclature: in taxonomy, the convention established by carolus linnaeus where
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UT-AUSTINANT 301Kappelman JohnFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Dual Inheritance Theory, Forensic Anthropology, Biological Anthropology

Vocabulary: savanna: a large at grassland with scattered trees and shrubs. The term is also frequently used to refer to the appearance of a new species
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UT-AUSTINANT 301Kappelman JohnFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Evolutionary Taxonomy, Geologic Time Scale, Ecological Niche

It contains a time component and implies ancestor descendant relationships: cladogram: a chart showing evolutionary relationships as determined by clad
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