Test 3 old exam - Ant 2511 Exam 3(Chap 8-9 cut and paste...

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Ant 2511 Exam 3 (Chap 8-9) cut and paste from older tests 42. The Paleocene, Eocene, Oligocene are levels of primate evolution a) t b) f 43. The sequence of primate evolution 1) prosimians > 2) hominoids >3) anthropoids a) t b ) f 44. When earliest primates diverged a) Miocene b) 65 million years go c) 60,000 years ago 45. Early primates prosimians are found in North America and Europe a) t b) f 46 Apidium and Aegyptopithecus are a) prosimians b ) anthropoids c) hominoids 47. Period of hominoids radiation a) Oligocene b) Miocene c) Eocene 48. Miocene hominoids are found in Africa, Asia and _____. a) Europe b) North America 49. Found in Africa: a) Proconsul b) Sivapithecus 50. New finds suggest hominids diverged during the____ Miocene. a) early b) late 1. "Mosaic" evolution explains that hominid characteristics evolved at ____ a. different rates b. the same rate c. the end of the "Mosaic" epoch 2. A large brain is the single most important characteristic defining the first hominids a. true b . false 3. The bipedal pelvis shape is ________ a. longer and elongated b . shorter and basin-like 4. The foramen magnum is associated with the a. teeth b. the pelvis c. leg d. skull 5. Which field is most closely associated with the study of early humans a. behavior ecology b. primatology c . paleoanthropology d. cultural archaeology 6. Which is a relative dating technique
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Test 3 old exam - Ant 2511 Exam 3(Chap 8-9 cut and paste...

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