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Download 21 Cultural Biology Principles of Biology BIOL 1543 Greig Roberts, DDS Office: SCEN 417 E-Mail: [email protected]
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2 Humans are an unusual feature of Earth “Civilization”, “culture”, and “technological advances” have changed our biology/ecology We remain animals, subject to natural selection, although with different pressures We remain part of the biosphere and our local ecosystems as well HUMANS ON EARTH
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3 Your family tree 4 generations = 30 people M F GF GF GM GM GGM GGF GGM GGF GGM GGF GGM GGF
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4 Your family tree 5 generations = 62 people M F GF GF GM GM GGM GGF GGM GGF GGM GGF GGM GGF
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5 Your family tree 6 generations = 126 people
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6 Your family tree 7 generations = 254 people
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7 Your family tree 9 generations = 1022 people
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8 Your family tree 10 generations = 2046 people 15 generations = 32,766 people 20 generations = 2,097,150 people 30 generations = 2,147,483,646 people 60 generations = 2,305,843,009,210,000,000
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9 Homo sapiens Domain: Eukaryotes Kingdom: Animals Phylum: Chordates Class: Mammals Order: Primates Family: Hominids Genus: Homo Species: sapiens
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