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Primate Social Behavior

Primate Social Behavior - Extra Credit(1 point Draw your...

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Extra Credit (1 point) Draw your favorite primate.
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___ Linnaeus developed a system to classify living organisms, whieh we refer to as binomial nomenclature. Linnaeus developed this system using the evolutionary principles that Darwin had wrote about some years before. ___ Primates that are "generalists" are usually terrestrial and omnivorous. Species that are omnivorous and terrestrial can effectively exploit new habitats. Definitions (5 points) I have provided a list of 9 terms. Define 5 of these terms. Make sure your definitions are cogent and unambiguous. (anthropology, primatology, sexual dichromatism, Bret Hart, phylogeny, subfossil lemurts), taxonomy, cellulose, habitat portioning) 1.1 ! . i 2. ~-------- 3. ~ f_'_, ---'-c-~--------~~~------ 4.,~ _ 5., _ f4.,; Cladogram (1 point) Draw a simple primate cladogram. Include the strepsirrhines, tarsiers, platyrrhines, catarrhine monkeys, and catarrhine apes. i :
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_ .._ 15. Care taking of an infant or juvenile by a female other than the parent is referred to as: A. mycophagy B. allo-mothering C. allo-nursing D. grooming E. biophilia 16. Tarsiers exhibit ancestral and derived traits that include _'_
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