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UT-AUSTINANT 301KappelmanFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Johann Friedrich Blumenbach, Lactase Persistence, Lactose Intolerance

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ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Homo Erectus, Megafaunal Wolf, Maya Civilization

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Chapter 14: lessons from the past, lessons for the future. There are currently 6. 7 billion human beings living on earth. Humans have been on the scene
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UT-AUSTINANT 301KappelmanFall

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

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Chapter 9: the first dispersal of the genus homo: homo erectus and contemporaries. Grade- a grouping of organisms sharing a similar adaptive pattern; g
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UT-AUSTINANT 301KappelmanFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Homo Sapiens Idaltu, Human Taxonomy, Anatomically Modern Human

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Chapter 11: the origin and dispersal of modern humans. The first modern humans, who evolved by 195,000 ya are probably descendants of some of the pre-m
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UT-AUSTINANT 301KappelmanFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Dual Inheritance Theory, Anterior Pituitary, Epidemiological Transition

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Chapter 13: the anthropological perspective on the human life course. Modern humans are the result of biocultural evolution; in other words, human biol
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UT-AUSTINANT 301KappelmanFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cultural Anthropology, Medical Anthropology, Social Anthropology

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Hominins- members of the evolutionary lineage that includes ourselves, modern homo sapiens, and extinct bipedal relatives. Savanna- a large flat grassl
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UT-AUSTINANT 301KappelmanFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Social Grooming, Behavioral Ecology, Sexual Selection

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Behavior- anything organisms do that involves action in response to internal or external stimuli; the response of an individual, group, or species to i
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UT-AUSTINANT 301KappelmanFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Stereopsis, Binocular Vision, Diurnality

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Primates- members of the mammalian order primates which include lemurs, lorises, tarsiers, monkeys, apes, and humans. Anthropoids- members of the prima
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UT-AUSTINANT 301KappelmanFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Francis Crick, Transfer Rna, Cell Nucleus

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Genetics- the study of how genes work and how traits are passed from one generation to the next. Cells are the fundamental units of life in all organis
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UT-AUSTINANT 301KappelmanSpring

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Mesozoic, Chronospecies, Heterodont

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How we connect: discovering the human place in the organic world. System of classification that organizes diversity into categories and (sometimes) ind
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UT-AUSTINANT 301KappelmanSpring

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Ape, Cebidae, New World Monkey

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UT-AUSTINANT 301KappelmanFall

ANT 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Homo Heidelbergensis, Homo Erectus, Neanderthal

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Sometimes used pigment (body ornamentation) and wore jewelry. Brains as least as large as humans or larger. Their cranium: large, long, low, and bulgin
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