Exam3 - Flashcards - barely represented in the fossil...

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Monogamous Group Structure Solitary/ Noyau Group Structure
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Individual males have ranges that overlap several adult female and offspring ranges. One adult male, one adult female, and their offspring.
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Age-Graded Male Group Structure Fission/ Fusion Group Structure
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Unrelated males bond together and females and offspring with family ties have their own subgroup. One dominant adult male with many females and their offspring.
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Protoculture Hominid
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Members of the family Hominidae that occurred after the split from African great apes. Behavior that has some of the characteristics of cultural behavior.
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Protohominid “Locomotion First” Theory
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Apes Bipedal Ape Intelligent Bipedal Ape (large brain) Human Earliest members of the hominid lineage –
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Unformatted text preview: barely represented in the fossil record. Brains First Theory Bipedal Macaque (Natasha) Almost died of severe stomach flu and began walking bipedally. Ape Intelligent Ape Bipedal Intelligent Ape Human Valgus Knee Paleoanthropologi st Reconstruct the past by studying the remains of our fossil ancestors. Knee angled inward. Fossil Relative Dating Estimation of age based on some other information from a site. Preserved remains of plants or animals. Absolute Dating Law of Superimposition and Lateral Continuity The lower layers of the earth or artifacts within them are older than those with lay on top. Specific age of an object. Dendrochronology Dating of past events using tree ring growth....
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course ANT 2511 taught by Professor Sinelli during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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