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ANTH2414Exam2 - Question "Paleolithic" Diet...

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Question "Paleolithic" Diet Acclimation Acclimatization Adaptations to Climate stress Adaptations to High-Altitude Stress Adaptations to Nutritional Stress Adolescence Stage Adulthood Stage Allen Rules Alu polymorphism Baby boomer generation Benifits of Agriculture Bergmann & Allen Rules Bergmann Rules Biological concept of race Body size & shape Causes of Epidemiologic transition CCR5 gene Changing age structure Childhood Stage Clines Complex Traits Measuring Human Variation Continuos Variation Cormic Index Costs of Agriculture Cranial size & shape Cultural Patterns & Morphology
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Delta-32 mutation Diseases of "civilization" Distance Curve Endemic Enviromental Plasticity Epidemic Epidemiologic transition in Developed Countries Epidemiologic transition in undeveloped Countrie Epidemiologic transition Eugenics Evolutionary Studies of dark skin Evolutionary Studies of light skin Evolutionary Studies of Variation Fst Gene Flow Gene Therapy Genetic & Hormonal control of growth Genetic Drift Global Carrying Capacity Growth Curves Growth in different human groups Growth& Development Heterochrony History of Racism HIV HLA System Homeostasis Infancy Stage Intermembral Index Interstitial& Appositional Growth Juvenille Stage Life History Theory Malnutrition Melanin Melanocytes
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microsatellite DNA mismatch DNA mitochondrial DNA Natural Selection & Human Behavior Nose size & shape Obesity Old Age Stage Paedomophosis Pathogen Peramorphosis Pollution & Human Biology Population Growth Population Pyramid Prenatal Stage Problems with the concept of race r/K selection theory Reemergence of infectious disease SARS Scientific definition of race Secular trends in growth Sedentary Life Seven Stages of Growth Simple Traits Measuring Human Variation Social Definition of race Stress Subspecies Theories of Menopause
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Types of Adaptations Types of Stress Unique Human Stages Urbanization & Disease Vasoconstriction Vasodialation Velocity Curve What causes Climate stress What causes High-Altitude stress What causes Nutritonal Stress
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Answer short term physiological adaptations (ex: sweating) long term physiological adaptations (ex: altitude changes, inuit) 8 of 20 amino acids we can only gain from diet. last permanent tooth->death, the wisdom teeth, no growth & development no known effect, frequencies vary in geographic locations sometimes a positive change: 1.cultural changes(sewer systems) give some protection against AIDS, delays onset of symptoms medicine & tachnology even out age pyramid cormic index (sitting height/standing heightX100) determines body porportion. Diet based on foods that we are adapted to from a foraging ancestory. 2 hands complex carbs, 1 hand protein, 1/2 hand refined carbs, 1 finger fats [Hot-radiation(from objects), convection(air molecules), cunduction(heat to objects, vasodialation), evaporation(only removes heat, sweat), narrow linear bodies, loose or little clothing], [Cold-shivering, Lewis Hunting Phenomenon, wide
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2008 for the course ANTH 2414 taught by Professor Erhart during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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ANTH2414Exam2 - Question "Paleolithic" Diet...

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