Study Guide ex 1 - Males dont compete with other males,...

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Study Guide: Exam 2 Reader summaries 2: Monkey Business in Bali -shows how studying non-human primates helps educate us in human behaviors. - studied macaques -5 females to one male -men form hierarchies through alliances -females like to live with relatives 17: Menu for a Monkey -Specific diet of a species is related to aspects of that species physiology, anatomy, adaptive behavior, social relationships, health and reproductive cycle -Muriquis Monkeys -eating habits change during mating system -leaves: prevents pesticides, regulate reproduction, and fertility -Fruit: better tasting
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Unformatted text preview: Males dont compete with other males, just looking to have genes passed on 19: Chimps in the Wild-are humans the only ones with culture?-Culture-Anthropologist: behaviors learned and transmitted and as a system of these ideas and behaviors characteristics of particular society.-Biologist: any behaviors common to a population that are learned from common group members rather than being inherited.-Anthropologist Evidence: social scratch, communication, and ant fishing 18: Close Encounters-Bwindi Great Ape Project-Chimps and gorillas live in the same area-...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course ISS 310 taught by Professor Online during the Fall '05 term at Michigan State University.

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