ANTH102 - 8q i a ANTHROPOLOGYTOI TBRM TBST#1 Winter 2000...

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ANTHROPOLOGY TOI TBRM TBST #1 Winter 2000 ' 8q ['/" , ia ()' 4-s /,- '1 f (-/ Time: 50 minutes Total Marks: 60 A. DEFINE 5 of thc following terms, using an example and indicating their importance to Anthropology 2x5: I 0 i' | - lv/ ^,a ') ), .\ ,/', -.\ rll,br t1 l, \--l l. Transient Polymorphism 2. Gatasrophiut 3. Dollo's Law 4. All6le 5. GeneticDrifr 6. Adapis 7. Lav'F€f€egreggtiurruftFeits 8. Homology 9. Est$ns 10. Adaptive Radiation .l 5 J/ r', L, Cp' ccjcrr! f \ i:{ 'i\ , i-riir;l,l ,\ tl-u tr'tc.t, WS tnls- ry^6\ o Crsdfl o
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ANTHROPOLOGY TOl TERM TEST # T Winter 2000 I B. Fill in the correct names of the bones indicated from the diagram below. r/zxl0:5 ,/ Ll #8\ *r+ fnCn r3 / ,./ +ts (r\f{tr N, , J *zo trb l\0 r\/ #28 -\crsu \ / +rr v
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ANTHROPOLOGY 101 TBRM TEST # 1 Winter 2000 C. MATCHING questions. Put letter in column B column A lOxl:10 A tr r\ \ ns- t5 h il: +- \ J \ 3 beside most closely matching term in t; n , ,,;( / t ,l'- ri " 'i) L Lyell 2. Linnaeus 3. Buffon 4. Plesiadapis 5. Mendel 6. Notharctus 7 . Lamarck 8. Malthus 9. Mammals increase in size over time 10. Stephen Gould B 3 Law of Acquired Characteristics X Law of Independent Assortment gd "Principles of Population" L "Systema Naturae" FC Uniformitarianism /N*patocene .!4 Degeneration ts Eocene Xl Punctuated equilibrum -5a Cope's Law (l rl td ll'
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) 4 ANTHROPOLOGY 101 TER]VI TEST # 1 Winter 2000 E. Multiple Choice. Answer all the alternatives. Mark the incorrect choices with an X and the correct choices with a y' .If you feel an alternative is ambiguous, you are free to explain your answer. l5x2:30 J t, l.
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ANTH102 - 8q i a ANTHROPOLOGYTOI TBRM TBST#1 Winter 2000...

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