Anthropology 001 - Spring 2001 - Hager - Midterm 2

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Unformatted text preview: NAME SID Anthropology 1: Introduction to Physical Anthropology University of California Berkeley Prof. Lori Hager Spring 2001 EXAM 2: 100 Points Instructions: 1. Write your name, section dayi’time, G8! on the front side of the Scantron form. Only use a Number 2 pencil! 2. Write your name and student ID number on the top of every page of this section. 3. There will be no talking once the first exam is handed out. 4. If you have a question. raise your hand and someone will come to help you. Respect your fellow students in this process. 5. if you are suspected of cheating. you will be given a warning, or asked to move. or asked to leave and surrender your exam. You may receive zero points for the exam. 6. Questions 1 - 40: put your answers on the Scantron form using a #2 pencil. 7. Questions 41-54. answer the questions directly on the exam in the space provided, preferably in ink. Page Score Multiple Choice 3 Z/ 7 M NAM SID # Part 2 — Short Answer SLIDES: Answer the iolicwing questions based on the primate slides. (14 points total. 1 point each). 41. Slide 1: . a. Suborder of this primate: Progimi L b. What is its activity pattern? WWI/QC“ c. What IS its locomotor pattern? gerbil/ii 01%ncé “309% d. What Is its primary dietary specialization? _\fl%fid\\lo r%=. 42. Slide 2: a. Genus and species oi this primate. W EMS W ' . (Ct I R c. What is its activitypattern? dtbm’tcli YE? ' \ d/«hat is its locomctcr pattern? Mbfldtm 43. Slide 3' a. Superfamily oi thls primate. OQX'CO Plii’NeCOlciflCL/ Mme one distinguishing morphological characteristic of this superfarnily: lots 09 Eur (mrwrl’l'D c. What is the locomotor pattern of this primate? Wreg'ifiai 011%“ng IBM 44. Slide 4: 'i'll'lfi'r' .n- _..._._ F.—_ _-:—a- -_-u--._=:':"_ ;I|‘ir at: a. Family of this primate: b. What is its primary dietary specialization? '{fWJngng— c. What is its habitat type? GWEOWCM NAME SID # 45. Matching: (3 points, ‘xe point each) 0/ -a.— repetitive behaviorthat __,_ sexual dimorphism communicates emotional states E:— -tr.— an area where a primate habitually _ territory sleeps and feeds ._. see—physical differences between males : dominance and females such as size, weight, etc. 19L display ed.— the area utilized by an animal over the course of a year _D home range we.— geographio area used by one group i B that is defended from conspecifics. __ core area .4:- a hierarchy based on ranked status Short Answer: 46. Name three ways that two or more primate species can live in the same forest without competing for resources. (3 points) 1, Egg. 5&aner ’fUOdg' . . tekfi$ ' admin Araewefifigo‘fi m 00% 3. Organs-VIA: Cchvdgs miié/nS {Aiwnal /Wml/ecrpmztlor) 47. Name three modes of NHP communication and give an example of a kind of communication for each: (6 points) 1- Voagliéfiraiiofl "r MOW stowage Imfitgmflg' i-l ' Sifigggfitisire- H “ 7 flue/IQ: Mac/(Jr @042; a ‘ In ‘uv ’ I » l - DO NOT WRITE BELOW THIS LINE - NAME SID # 48. List two NHP diet types and two morphological adaptations you would find in animals with this diet. {6 points) Diettyge: TD“\!O(‘% ‘.-"/ Mor holo icalada tations: Morphological adaptations: Mfg?» . 93$ 1 small/(triad afiégiaex (5m “NZ/WWW) (mow Immlcolt m) 2 two monasqu :Wall llaqu Mallow” w HLi; (“Obi-ST: $1.5M“ ”(‘3‘ 31V info-I I} L.) CCO( l (\54 {1%) CM \ 49. Describe the primary function of each anatomical structure and discuss its importance in human or primate evolution (6 points) - DO NOT WRITE BELOW THIS LINE - '\ . .4; 5‘3 ”lo 3még§ aqscétt‘ééslm J (X4o’dlCMb( NAME SID # 50. What are three advantages of living in groups? (3 points) 1. Mme arc->8 lodw’YbaJct ErQrCAC/CWFE 2, availabilifg ©5- mlE’S mom, lflA/tVLCLA/lalg mkW’Ka 'Ql/ £003 3. 51. List three different modes of primate locomotion. and give an example of a primate that C. f l ”g habitually performs each: {3 points) 1. WWW/€QMQ\ QUWQPEAQLW — - w 2. \léféncal Augmg / leap] {1% _ ”(filer—i5" 3 WW bxgxdalism —— - loom/lam 52. According to the Sussman article in your reader: (4 points) a. What is one way researchers have used common chimpanzees as models for hominid behavior? 8 ”0% UWCQ/ 0/5 §£Lh x (Y\(;\ “XI—3.. b. Name one problem with using these chimpanzees to model hominid behavior. WP. lg c-kcnffr' \fl Cm’l’loromrmr phl%1 thmphi'igfgg) , . 3W grin/Eases 03:5»39‘ ACJ Ira—4+- UK C~<W\’\ RO'K' Minna] CH3.) o—elwclvcaievclcgakl and”?! - DO NOT WFIITE BELOW THIS LINE - 10 NAME SID # 53. W: Label the bones indicated by the letters in the space provided. Use the correct anatomical terms. (4 points. 1/2 point each) 11 q NAME SID # _ 54. MAP: Match each NHP With the letter indicating the primary geographical region where that NHP is found naturally living in the wild. NOTE: Some letters may be used more than once and some may not be used at all. (8 points) ‘1 Lemur B Platyrrhine Cl Cercopithecinae C/ Pan troglodytes ~ Tarsier /% WColobine Cl Gorilla gorilla fl flCallitrichidar—a 12 Q“...
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