TEST 3 QUESTIONS!

TEST 3 QUESTIONS! - From test 3 Early in its evolutionary...

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From test 3 Early in its evolutionary history, the primate lineage split into two main branches: the ___ and the ____. australopithecines; homo species ardipithecines; australopithecines prosimians; monkeys prosimians; anthropoids the humans; apes which of the following is not a major trait distinguishing the primates from other mammals? dexterous hands with opposable thumbs that can grasp branches and manipulate food nails rather than claws maternal care of the young eyes on the front of the face that provide good depth perception both b and c which of the following is not accurate in describing the Old World primates A prehensile tail Arboreal species Terrestrial species Species that live and travel in large groups Both a and b Which of the following was not a change that accompanied the transition from the australopithecines to homo habilis increase in brain size change in diet increase in body size use of tools dispersal of populations to Europe and Asia the brain of homo sapiens reached its modern size approximately ____ years ago 160 thousand 160 million 16 million 60 million 600 million Which of the following hominids is the oldest? homo habilis
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homo erectus homo sapiens Neanderthals Cro-magnons Which of the following is not a major trait distinguishing the primates from other mammals? dexterous hands with opposable thumbs that can grasp branches and manipulate food nails rather than claws maternal care of the young eyes on the font of the face that provide good depth perception both b and c which of the following statement about human evolution is false bipedalism was a hominid adaptation for life on the ground increases in the size of hominid brains preceded the appearance of language and culture the extinction of the Neanderthal people was caused by the emergence of Homo Habilis Humans are not the direct descendants of modern-day chimpanzees Which of the following is not a trait that you could use to identify an animal as a mammal mammary glands hair sweat glands kidneys bipedalism is believed to have evolved in the human lineage because bipedal locomotion is more efficient than quadrupedal locomotion more efficient than quadrupedal locomotion, and it frees the hands to manipulate objects less efficient than quadrupedal locomotion, but it frees the hands to manipulate objects less efficient than quadrupedal locomotion, but bipedal animals can run faster less efficient than quadrupdeal locomotion, but natural selection does not act to improve efficiency which of the following statements about muscle tissue is false? it consists of cells that can contract it is the most abundant tissue in the body it is a form of connective tissue it uses a lot of energy when animals are active it includes skeletal, smooth, and cardiac muscle which of the following statements about human evolution is false?
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bipedalism was a hominid adaptation for life on the ground increases in the size of hominid brains preceded the appearance of language and culture the extinction of the Neanderthal people was caused by the mergence of homo habilis
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2009 for the course BIOLOGY 2150 taught by Professor Ernestdubrul during the Spring '09 term at Toledo.

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