Primates&Humans - Problem Set on Primates and Humans 1....

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Problem Set on Primates and Humans 1. What is your scientific name? A. Homo sapiens B . Persona non grata C. Pan troglodytes D. Hylobates lar E. Australopithecus robustus 2. To what mammalian order do you belong? A. Monotremata B. Carnivora C. Primates D. Rodentia E. Sirenia 3. What characteristic makes something a primate? A. Forward directed eyes with binocular vision B. bony protection for eyes C. skull angled away from in line with spine D. grasping hands and feet with opposable thumbs and/or great toes E. all of these 4. When did your order arise? A. in the Paleocene about 62 million years ago B. In the Pleistocene about 1 million years ago C. In the Oligocene about 50 million years ago D. In the Miocene about 20 million years ago E. In the Pliocene about 5 million years ago 5. Which of these is a prosimian? A. tarsier B. lemur C. baboon D. gibbon E. human 6. From the point of view of overall genetic similarity, which of these is most similar to you? A. bonobo chimp B. gorilla C. orangutan D. gibbon E . Kalahari bushman 7. From the point of view of overall genetic similarity, which of these is most similar to you? A. bonobo chimp B. gorilla C. orangutan D. gibbon E. baboon 8. From the point of view of overall genetic similarity, which of these is most similar to a normal chimp? A. bonobo chimp
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course BIO 1102 taught by Professor Kendramaxwell during the Spring '08 term at Appalachian State.

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Primates&Humans - Problem Set on Primates and Humans 1....

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