ANTH 1001 test 2 missing notes

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ANTH 1001 test 2 missing notesno haha Reproduction Tied to ovulation and estrus period Ovulation – release of an egg Estrus – period of sexual receptivity that is correlated with ovulation and hormonal cycles Marked by color changes, genital swelling Cycle length, number varies by species Any male and any female mate (except in monogamy; no mating with relatives) Consortship – temporary relationship between male and female that will last throughout estrus period; not lasting bond after estrus Dominant male usually has priority but female has choice Role of parenting = mother Role of father Monogamous dads have more of a role Solitary species have no father care Polygynous fathers have all of the offspring, protective role Multimale-multifemale fathers play somewhat of a role Allomothering – unrelated females or males participating in infant care (carrying infant, providing food/protection); altruistic Diet Foraging – daily acquiring of food; all primates 1. Frugivore – fruit (gibbons)
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course ANTH 1001 taught by Professor Tague during the Fall '07 term at LSU.

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