Hominid Phylogeny and Probably Behavior1

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Hominid Phylogeny and Probably Behavior1-3 Remote/evolutionary causes 1. Phylogenetic Origins—organismal constraints, long-term evolutionary history, type of animal, body plan, widely shared genes ***First humans Cenzoic Era-o; Paleozoic Era-Oldest Animal Fossils almost 500 million years ago— 1500 mya-eukaryotes; 4500 million years ago—Know age of earth and when life began Homo sapiens-.5mya/ Apes and Monkeys-40mya; Primates 70mya; Mammals 225; Land animals- 350mya; Complex Animals 600 mya ***cytochrome C—yeast to human Different molecules (and DNA) yield matching classifications; molecular clock differs-transcription factors – TLTOCU— earliest primate—55mya in Asia-euprimate-full bony orbit, forward facing eyes, small diurnal (8 characteristics-nails not claws, diurnal, upright-pre-adaptation, single birth, decreased BEHAVIORAL TRENDS-plants and insects, locomotion in trees, facial displays, kinship
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2011 for the course ANTHRO 200 taught by Professor Gouzoulesandkonner during the Spring '11 term at Emory.

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