Bio 201 F08 True lect 19v3r

Bio 201 F08 True lect 19v3r - PLEASE TURN CELL PHONES OFF...

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PLEASE TURN CELL PHONES OFF NOW Factoid will be at the end of class
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2nd midterm exam Wed Oct. 29, in class – On material from Fri 9/26 - Fri 10/24 – 35 multiple choice questions – 3 bonus factoids, can only help, cannot hurt Be on time! – Bring your SBU ID and pencils , that’s all Practice questions will be posted on BB Review session dates/times will be announced soon List of taxonomic terms to be familiar with has been posted in the Practice Exam questions folder
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Clarification/corrections • All theropod dinosaurs are saurischians, including birds – Previous lecture has been corrected • In lecture 17, Ratites was misspelled. • In lectures 17 and 18, theropod was misspelled. Corrections have been made in the posted lectures.
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A current view of mammal evolution Monotremes (echidna, platypus) Marsupials Xenarthra (anteaters, sloths, armadillos) Carnivora, Cetartiodactyla, Perissodactyla, Chiroptera, hedgehogs, shrews, moles, pangolins Rodents, lagomorphs, primates tenrecs, golden moles, elephant shrews Do you know what these are?
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Proboscis Monkey Tarsier Galago
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Old world vs. new world monkeys (formally distinguished by various facial and dental traits) • Old world monkeys – Found in Africa and Asia • One species in Europe (Gibraltar) – Most have tails, but their tails are not prehensile • New world monkeys – Found in Central and South America – Tails are prehensile • Used for grasping or aiding movement, stability olive baboon Howler monkey http://flickr.com/photos /20058054@N00/2347 400431
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superfamily Hominoidea
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“the Lesser apes” (Gibbons) 4 genera 33 species
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Bio 201 F08 True lect 19v3r - PLEASE TURN CELL PHONES OFF...

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