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bio anth study guide test 2 - Biological Anthropology Study...

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Biological Anthropology Study Guide 05:06 Encephalization Amount of brain mass exceeding total body mass Anthropocentric Considering human beings to be the most significant entity of the universe Altruism Selfless concern for the welfare of others Young lusty male or in the genes for survival of group Can be reciprocal Zygomatic Arch located on side of the head to help for chewing Bilophodont 4 cups situated in two parallel rows Y-5 molar Postcranial Orthograde Walking upright Ponograde Locomotion with body parallel to the ground/quadruped
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Last Common Ancestor Euprimate Modern primates Dental Ape Geological Age Dating Methods Ways in which to attempt to determine the age of something Relative Dating Chronometric (Absolute) Dating Hominin Humans and their bipedal ancestors since divergence from common ancestor Artifact Portable object mae or altered in some way by a human Thermoluminescence (TL) heat an object-it opens trap and electrons are released in forms of light and
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2011 for the course ANTHROPOLO 200 taught by Professor V during the Fall '10 term at Saint Louis.

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