Lab 4 key PA - LAB 4: EXERCISE KEY ANT 301 Summer 2007...

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LAB 4 : EXERCISE KEY ANT 301 Summer 2007 FUNCTIONAL MORPHOLOGY AND PRIMATE POSITIONAL BEHAVIOR STATION 1: INTERMEMBRAL INDEX SPECIES humerus + radius lengths (A) femur + tibia lengths (B) Intermembral Index (A/B)100 Cercopithecus mona (mona monkey) xxx xxx 78.4 Ateles geoffroyi (spider monkey) H 202, R 200 Forelimb 402 mm F 194, T 198 Hindlimb 385 mm 103 Propithecus diadema (sifaka) xxx xxx 64.0 Papio anubis (baboon) H 188, R 193 Forelimb 381 mm F 217, T 177 Hindlimb 394 mm 93 KNM-MB VM (mystery fossil) xxx xxx 92 Pongo pygmaeus (oragnutan) H 360, R 368 Forelimb 728 mm F 263, T 240 Hindlimb 503 mm 142 Hylobates lar (white-handed gibbon) xxx xxx 129.7 Tarsius bancanus (western tarsier) xxx xxx 61.0 Eulemur macaco (black lemur) H 98, R 96 Forelimb 194 mm F 143, T 127 Hindlimb 272 mm 66 Homo sapiens (humans) H 310, R 237 545 mm F 430, T 345 792 mm 70 2. Using information from the above table, match the following. __ B __ low IM index a. forelimb length = hindlimb length __ C __ high IM index b. forelimb length < hindlimb length __ A __ intermediate IM index c. forelimb length > hindlimb length __ D __ Pongo pygmaeus a. leaper __ C __ Papio anubis b. arboreal quadruped __ A __ Propithecus diadema c. terrestrial quadruped __ B __ Cercopithecus mona d. suspensory primate 3. Why are the ratios for Homo sapiens and Propithecus diadema similar? Explain in functional terms. Both
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course ANT 301 taught by Professor Reed during the Summer '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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